Started by 2000mr2, March 23, 2023, 13:06
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Quote from: Carolyn on March 23, 2023, 17:50Ah - there you go!New sensor on bank one then! You can get a universal Denso that with come with crimp connectors to make use of the existing plug. Quite a saving on buying the specific one.
Quote from: Carolyn on March 23, 2023, 19:01It would run like rubbish with no sensors. The O2 sensors govern the fuelling.The faulty sensor is a causing over fuelling.The only sensor on the engine that affects only two cylinders is the O2 sensor.
Quote from: Ardent on March 25, 2023, 18:44Readings on throttle?Do they drop?Anyone local that could possibly lend a known working one just to rule out.As much as we like spending other people's money on unnecessary stuff.We don't like spending on parts unnecessarily.
Quote from: 2000mr2 on March 25, 2023, 15:15Used the maf cleaner diddnt change anything ? Still running rich with no misfires. Got some reading the fuel trim when not on throttle is reading -20.31 on both bank 1 and 2. Maf air flow rate is 3.18g/s. Is the best thing to do next buy a new Maf ?
Quote from: Carolyn on March 26, 2023, 14:07Let's see what a new Maf does for you before we start with the inlet manifold!The most likely vacuum leak is on the little hose that goes to the blue solenoid valve for the vapour recirc system.The big vacuum hose that goes from the PCV valve on the cam cover to the inlet manilfold can also leak and cause issues. But let's see what the Maf does?