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Old 06-05-2007, 04:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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had tuning bloke out told me o2 sensor went, so ive changed it and now car is revving crap and spluttering wots wrong with it plz help 1999 e46....
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More information would be very helpful....
what engine?
which 02 sensor?
why did you replace it in the 1st place..what was the original symptom?
did the problem get worse after installing the 02 sensor?
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More information would be very helpful....
what engine?
which 02 sensor?
why did you replace it in the 1st place..what was the original symptom?
did the problem get worse after installing the 02 sensor?
m43 engine...the sensor in front of the cat.......slurging and misfire type symtoms... now the problem is still there but intermitant or over 3 1/2k revs
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Id recommend reading the codes if you havent already.
Check for vacuum leaks and check fuel pressure.
Report back with what you find.
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no this problem only happens on first start up then once the car is warm and running ok it seems to disappear with the occasional judder now and then, thats why i changed the oxegen sensor..
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no this problem only happens on first start up then once the car is warm and running ok it seems to disappear with the occasional judder now and then, thats why i changed the oxegen sensor..


yippe ive solved my problem and the car reaches speeds as if its off to the moon..and it only cost me £1.99...
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happy to hear that.... perhaps you could share the solution so that others on the board could benefit.
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