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Old 11-02-2009, 09:52 PM
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ok after base idle reset... and lots of driving i still seem to have probs car dying when put in gear

also i got some other info and i wanted a professional tell me if these #'s seem in line...
inject pulse width 1&2 2.4-2.8msec
o2 sensor 1 steadily holding RICH .2-.76 volts
o2 sensor 2 steadily holding RICH .13-.87 volts
long term fuel trim -6%
iac 11%
manifold hg 16"-17"

p.s. only codes are for emissons 314 311 327
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after some serious modifcation to my tps i finally got the voltage down to .9 volts.. and a base idle reset the car seems to be running pretty good! im effin happy... i also changed the maf sensor and the rich smell went away almost entirely! thanx for your responses for everyone who took the time to reply to my posts
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ok after base idle reset... and lots of driving i still seem to have probs car dying when put in gear

also i got some other info and i wanted a professional tell me if these #'s seem in line...
inject pulse width 1&2 2.4-2.8msec
o2 sensor 1 steadily holding RICH .2-.76 volts
o2 sensor 2 steadily holding RICH .13-.87 volts
long term fuel trim -6%
iac 11%
manifold hg 16"-17"

p.s. only codes are for emissons 314 311 327
fyi...in the future you can't assume the car is rich based on a fluctuating voltage from 02's such as above that you have listed for example .2 to .76 ..it's suppose to do such, you'd have to have a multimeter with a min/max function and record it over a period of a min or so and then push the average button on the multimeter, my Bluepoint meter has all such functions, as well as some fluke meters but the price of such meters is in the 500 dollar range and I doubt yours is such. so just and fyi for you
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