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Old 04-01-2014, 10:23 PM   #1
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Running Leaner As Temps Climb

Any ideas? My first thought is that it's a temperature correction factor problem. In which case ( and I know this is pretty arcane) does anyone know which correction factor to apply in T5 suite? I have tried manipulating both Komp_fak (global map-over correction factor based on temp)
as well as Tempkomp_konst. The latter of which is under the fuel-->advanced-->temperature correction.
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Old 04-02-2014, 08:01 AM   #2
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Have you checked that the temp sensor itself is good? Recalibrating to match a bad or partially failing sensor will have you chasing your tail
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Interesting that you should say that...I replaced it last year after the OE one threw a code. The new sensor is aftermarket make. The sensor values I'm getting back through T5suite II online seem to make sense though.... When the last one failed I measured the resistance across the pins since it is just a simple thermister; the resistance was quite close to that of the new one. IIRC 1.2Mohm for the bad one and .9Mohm for the good one???
The New one has less than 5k on it.
I'm seeing a +2 afr difference FWIW. I've never run open loop in the summer before, so, I don't recall how aberrant this is in the scheme of things.
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