[DML] Re: Disabling Lambda
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[DML] Re: Disabling Lambda

It's rather unusual for the Lambda ECU to fail. I submit the original problem still exists that caused you to believe the original ECU failed and is now causing the present problem. You need to fully troubleshoot the Lambda electrical system. The way the PRV-6 is set up in the Delorean requires a working Lambda system. You will not be happy with things just by enrichening the fuel mixture to make up for a non-functioning Lambda. Is the little ground wire connected to the intake manifold on the front, right side near the frequency valve?
David Teitelbaum

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Richard" <racuti1@...> wrote:
> Although I'm a fan of keeping things near-stock, my frequency valve has stopped functioning for the second time during my ownership.
> The first time, the ECU was at fault, and a fellow owner donated his to me because he'd converted from fuel injection to carburation and his car no longer required the ECU.
> I haven't completed my fault isolation yet for today's failure, but if it is the ECU, I'm wondering how to best set the fuel mixture for general fuel economy and performance. I'm really trying to understand why I should buy a 30 year old, decaying computer module that is probably just going to fail soon after purchase.
> In it's current condition, the frequency valve is shut, as if it didn't exist, and as if the car didn't have an emission control system. There has to be a way to tune this thing.
> In the meantime, I'll run the tests I ran last time to see if it really is the ECU. I look forward to your responses.
> Rich A.
> #5335


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