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Re: Idle Problems

A wideband will tell you your air/fuel ratio, and that's it. If you knew you were idling at 11:1, say, then you'd know you were idling rich. A "narrowband" O2 sensor, like the one that came stock on the car, only reads rich, stoich, and lean. So it will tell you you're either richer than stoich, sto...

Re: Idle Problems

spdyslvrEX wrote:... way to much fuel and therefore the the injectors are just dumping fuel into the cylinders and the Spark plugs cant burn it all off...
This is one scenario where a wideband would be useful. hint hint hint hint hint

Because of the misfires I'm still leaning toward something on the ignition end.

Re: Idle Problems

If I had a nickel for every time I read "so then I got rid of my LC1 and never looked back" on miataturbo.net I'd have, like, some money.

Re: Idle Problems

I carry a cheap ($60) OBDII scanner in the Dodge (which is for sale, btw) and it's helped a couple times. If you figure that at the tire stores I worked at we charged $90 for a "diagnostics check" (hook up a scanner and read codes), it pays for itself. With all of those codes, Matt, I wonder if you ...

Re: Idle Problems

That one is for MS, but I'm sure there are others. Surely the more expensive EMSs have them.

If you went standalone you could ditch the MAF altogether.

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