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Old 07-26-2012, 06:39 PM   #71
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Okay, is this with or without the TPS connected?
Connected.
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Re: Got it running! 331 Stroker Turbo

With a new engine it will take some time for the ECU to learn and input the correct parameters. Also keep an eye on those O2 sensors and make sure they don't get contaminated by the excess oil again.
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Okay, I'll try again tomorrow.
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Okay, I'll try again tomorrow.
If the tuner disable the driver side o2 sensor only buy a new one with the extension harness.
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Old 07-26-2012, 07:34 PM   #75
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He actually replace them with new ones and said I need to use them.
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He actually replace them with new ones and said I need to use them.
The sensors are located on the passenger side after the wideband one next to the other?
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I dont have wideband as far as I know. I have an oxygen sensor on the passenger side header and one on the driver side header. Isn't that normal?
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foxes dont have wideband unless instlled aftermarket.
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Old 07-26-2012, 07:48 PM   #79
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I dont have wideband as far as I know. I have an oxygen sensor on the passenger side header and one on the driver side header. Isn't that normal?
I think is ok.

In my setup I have the wideband like 6 inches after the turbo and one O2 sensor on the downpipe.

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Ah okay, that makes sense
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I dont have wideband as far as I know. I have an oxygen sensor on the passenger side header and one on the driver side header. Isn't that normal?
Yes, that is normal.
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Thanks for the proper re-learn procedure Lapida!
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Old 07-27-2012, 04:16 PM   #83
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I can't get it to idle below 1600rpm and this is coming from my exhaust.



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Seems to be gas and oil?
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It idles great at about 800rpm until I plug the IAC in. Then it does the higher idle.
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Old 07-27-2012, 04:27 PM   #85
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Is that old oil? Is it getting worse, staying the same, or getting less ?
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I would say about the same.
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I would try taking the iac off and spray it with some carb cleaner.

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I would say about the same.
That's not good. That means your still losing oil somewhere. I'm sure you had lots in your exhaust. But I was hoping it would go away.
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I already cleaned it very well with qtips.

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I'm thinking valves?
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i fell like we just went backwards. damn it!

your probably oiling down your o2 sensors. which could be part of your idle issues.

what are these heads off of? i think the valves would be ok due to your previous compression test?

is there any oil in the pcv and intake again?
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O2 are clean, no oil in pcv or intake. It's definitely coming from the cylinders. I don't know cu my compression is very good. Also I'm not losing any oil level and pressure is good.

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they are from a 5.0 that was running and the guy bought a trick flow top end kit.
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well how long did it run then? are sure it isnt left over oil in the exhaust? i dont see how your o2 can be clean with that running through
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It will run as long as I leave it on. I ran for about fifteen minutes though and shut it off.
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damn. and still spit oil after that then somethings probably wrong if it didnt improve.
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Yeah, I just can't figure out what.
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maybe we need trojans input?

basically good compression all cylinders.
no oil in pcv or intake.
but spitting oil out of exhaust
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Exactly and idles fine until I plug in the IAC.
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maybe the iac needs replaced. imo oil in the exhaust could be throwing o2 readings off. even if they look clean.

have you pulled a plug to check for oil?
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Yes, they are fouled out and black.
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thats also some of your idle issue.

im not sure how to do the more complicated tests in tracking down your oil leak.
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I the oil is coming from the cylinders or the vales but I think that's the only place it could really.
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whats still fishy is that its all cylinders again. if it were something like cracked block or head gasket you probably wouldnt see oil in every cylinder.

were as last time it made sense being that it was getting sucked in through the intake.
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Exactly
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You might be able to pull your driver side header and take a peek.. Wow that's crazy. It just looks like fuel that has passed through the exhaust and picked up carbon along the way. It's like you have a carb and your washing the cylinders down with fuel.. How does it smell during idle? Does it choke you? Or is it decent?
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It's okay, but definitely getting too much has still. Not sure of this is something I should let the tuner handle or what? Is this as far as I can take it on my own?
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I wouldn't take it to the tuner just yet.. Let TH toss in his 2 cents and see what the hell is going on... Pull your dip stick.. Do you smell fuel?

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Does the engine oil smell like fuel is what I mean.
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