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Old 10-10-2012, 05:59 AM   #12
mikeydrives1
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Originally Posted by djuhnk View Post
yeah your a/f correction is off the charts. Its a positive value so that means the ecu is adding fuel because of a perceived lean condition. Meaning you have got to have a leak going on somewhere
Lets think about that for a second... If there was a boost leak, which would mean less pressure / less air, wouldnt that result in an overly rich condition and not too lean?

If he was recieving more air than the map could compensate for, that would be leading to a rich condition.

Just trying to understand more myself, here.
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