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    Quote Originally Posted by ricasas View Post
    With that being said, do you, Scott or Danny have a recommended minimum temperature to enable closed loop operation or should I just set it to 75° (average room temperature)? I currently have it set at 160°.
    You're still missing the point. You don't need any particular temperature to enable Closed Loop. Just enable it at all times! That's the default programming. Closed Loop & Learn aren't the same thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny Cabral View Post
    You're still missing the point. You don't need any particular temperature to enable Closed Loop. Just enable it at all times! That's the default programming. Closed Loop & Learn aren't the same thing.
    I'm not missing the point. I know Closed Loop & Learn are different. My Sniper ECU does NOT go into closed loop until it reaches 160° temperature. The only location I've found "Enable Closed Loop" is where Scott mentioned and I had already enabled that. It's also the same location that shows minimum CTS required for closed loop that was factory set 160°. Is there another location I'm missing? Is your advice based on Sniper or Dominator EFI?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricasas View Post
    It's also the same location that shows minimum CTS required for closed loop that was factory set 160°.
    In the Sniper EFI software (LINK), System Parameters, Closed Loop/Learn screen, Closed Loop Parameters, uncheck the "Enable Minimum Coolant Temp For Closed Loop" box. It's the same Closed Loop Parameter as the Sniper, Terminator, HP & Dominator EFI software.
    May God's grace bless you in the Lord Jesus Christ.

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    Thanks Danny. That solved it.

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    I'm very glad it did. Thanks for the update.
    May God's grace bless you in the Lord Jesus Christ.

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