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Old 04-28-2007, 12:31 AM   #31
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i do see KR from 3 to 5 degrees when i floor it in high gear or even on cruise control going up a hill i see 2 degrees so it must be lean
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i do see KR from 3 to 5 degrees when i floor it in high gear or even on cruise control going up a hill i see 2 degrees so it must be lean
Do your O2'* tell you it'* lean?
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i don't really know how to read my 02 that would be oxygen sensor b1-02 bank 1 sensor millivolts what is normal
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I don't think Boosty has used his Aeroforce gauge to read O2 or maybe he knows how to interpret the random toggling.
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I do use the O2 to watch if the car is running lean. When you are WOT your O2 reading should be rich... Rich is up in the 900-950 mv area.
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paul you know you can change the read time of the Aeroforce right? you CAN make it so you can read it
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