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newbee's bad luck
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newbee's bad luck
I have found the problem with my efie. I was not the efie, it was my mistake. I hooked my efie in the winter. pretty cold out, so the job was done fast. to fast. I looked under the car and hooked up to the only o2 sensor that I saw. After driving for two week and no change got pretty frustrated. I climbed under the car again today and of course there was anought damn o2 sensor. that one is before the cat con. just after it comes out of the engine, very hard to see and find. so after all that and reconnected to the right o2 sensor. I should final have results comming that I can post.
03-16-2009 04:23 PM
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RE: newbee's bad luck
That's good news.

Good luck with your testing.

Rick

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03-16-2009 04:56 PM
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