[DML] Re: Co2 set
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[DML] Re: Co2 set

If the Lambda isn't running at idle you probably have bad connections
preventing full voltage to the ECU so it shuts down. Above idle the
voltage goes up enough for the ECU to come back on again. There is no
way you can properly set the CO if the Lambda is not running at idle.
Check out the plugs by the ignition coil in the bulkhead and the
ground connection for the frequency valve. You can set the CO "in the
neighborhood" by ear but there is no substitute for the right test
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Tom" <tomciodmc@xxxx> wrote:
> Hi,
> It's amazing how little you guys know about the frequency valve and the 
> mixture adjustment.... Let me say this - YOUR CO IS WRONG! It will
need to 
> be readjusted. The frequency valve needs to run all the time. If it do

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