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Old 05-07-2002, 09:37 PM   #1
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Default Fuel temp Sens, & lean/rich ?

This is a thought for people who have moderately to heavly modded cars
If the ECU thought the fuel was hot I would think that it would dump more in due to a less dense fuel.
This is a thought & I havent a clue on why the ECU needs this info if it wasn't somewhat important.
I don't have time to find any more on this other than the WRX's have one (located on the tank float)
Just a thought...
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Old 05-07-2002, 09:49 PM   #2
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nope...

at least in my situation...
I didn't have the ability to datalog like I do now...but when my car was misfiring and I was getting 'Too Lean' cels...did it fix it...hell no. just kept dumping the same amt of fuel. Over time it just got worse and worse...

but no doubt my egts were at an all time high...

I hate the stock ecu...
and the delta dash people are just reminding me of it...thanks guys
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