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Old 12-13-2012, 08:19 PM   #26
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Subscribed! I hope you end up solving your problems with your A/F. Really interests me since i was planning on running E-85 on my 2012 from TP and i am not located far from you ( Cheyenne, WY).
I have ran nearly 20k on E85 and this is the first issue I have had. Its worth it for the power and this issue may in fact not be due to the ethanol. Just do it right (not like me) and get a wideband to monitor when you get tuned. I dynoed at 283whp and 336wtq on Boost Creeps dyno with just E85 and a tune. Its good stuff and even if my problem is ethanol related I wont be going back to gas.
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Old 12-30-2012, 02:41 AM   #27
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Bump.

Been thinking about this for a while and I wonder if anyone can give me some advice on this.

I don't know if I stated it before but when the fuel trims went wack the first CEL I popped was a P0171 system too lean. Cleared it and then started popping a P2097 Post catalytic bank 1 too rich. I have also noticed that my MPG estimator on the dash has dropped about 4 to 5mpg from where it normally sits. Car smells like ethanol when idling. I know its unlikely that either of the 02s have gone bad but isn't that one of the indicators when popping conflicting CELS like that? If so how can I rule out bad 02s?
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Old 12-30-2012, 02:32 PM   #28
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replace your O2s and check for leaking exhaust gaskets off of your heads.
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Old 01-21-2013, 08:34 PM   #29
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replace your O2s and check for leaking exhaust gaskets off of your heads.
It turns out to be the front O2. It was reporting that the car was running 2 points leaner than it actually was. Replaced O2. Trims look fine now. Need to run some logs in a bit to verify.
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