I think I may have accidentally posted 2 pics of the box w/ the clutch down I just did from my hotel in PA. My brain is fried from day 13 of 14 straight days of work, but I'll do another with the clutch up and down as soon as I get back home to VA early Tuesday morning(around 5 AM EST). Just hoping someone has experienced this before or knows if it is in fact a TPS issue.
Yup, check to make sure it is still reading the clutch signal. If it doesn't get that, it won't work. Follow the troubleshooting instructions below and let me know which step doesn't work. Otherwise, your settings look good. One last thing you can try is clicking "load firmware" to reset everything back to defaults. Then see if it starts working again. Right after you reset the defaults, be sure to turn off the lockout, since that will trip many people up.
Troubleshooting ‐ Testing the WOT Box
Key on the car but do not start the engine. Press the gas pedal to the floor. You should see the LED on the WOT Box start to rapidly blink. If it does not, check your APP or TPS sensor signal connection (WOT Box BLUE wire).
Next, with the gas pedal still depressed, press the clutch pedal to the floor. You should see the LED on the WOT Box briefly go out, and then come back on solid for one second and then finally resume blinking rapidly. If you do not see this, check your Clutch Pedal Position Switch signal connection (WOT Box GREEN wire).
Next, start the engine. Quickly press the gas pedal to the floor and immediately step on the clutch. You should hear the engine start to rev up, stumble for a short period while the ignition is cut, then return back on and continue revving. Remove your foot from the gas before you hit the rev limiter. The 2‐step will not engage if the gas is depressed before the clutch. This is normal. If the engine does not stumble or pause when the LED turns out, then check the RED/BLACK paired wire. Verify that the RED and BLACK 16 AWG wires are wired facing the proper way. If they are reversed, the ignition cut will not work.
Lastly, test the 2‐Step. Before engaging the 2-step, make sure the engine is idling in neutral with the clutch up at less than 1500 RPM. Press the clutch pedal down and then press the gas pedal all the way down. The gas pedal must be floored for the 2‐step to engage. The engine should rev up to the desired RPM and hold. If it does not, be sure to remove your foot from the gas before you hit the rev limiter. If the 2‐step does not work, check the WOT Box YELLOW wire.
The WOT Box Graphical User Interface has some inherent troubleshooting capability. If you have access to a laptop, it may be useful for you to download the GUI at
and follow the instructions there.