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running bad after engine reinstall


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Engine was removed and put back in

It is running fine cold but start running bad when it gets hot

Got 4 Error code in DME 7.8.x - Engine Codes all related to Oxigen sensing adaption

P1133 Factory Fault Code 358 - Oxygen sensing adaptation, lower load range, Bank 2 Below or above

P1132 Factory Fault Code 359 - Oxygen sensing adaptation, upper load range, Bank 2 Below or above limit

P1105 Factory Fault Code 357 - Oxygen sensing adaptation, upper load range, Bank 1 Below limit

P1107 Factory Fault Code 356 - Oxygen sensing adaptation, lower load range, Bank 1 Below limit

Dump from Durametric

Already Checked all connectors

Any idea welcome


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Model and year of the car please

Also, US/Canada or RoW?

Sorry about that

GT3 2004 USA

No gaz leak, changed fuel fliter also

I can monitor MAF from Durametric using realtime data.. Any idea what the number should be once hot,

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Is your MAF connected or the wires pinched?

It is and as far as i can follow the wire it looks ok. Any idea where does it end ? so i can run a trace.


the MAF read arount 30kg/h at idle and goes to up around 90/100 at 3000

There is some more info on attached file



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Well, the MAF looks normal.

The fact that the problem is on both banks leaves out any injector problems.

It thinks it is getting too much fuel.

Did the fuel pressure regulator get damaged? Have you measured the pressure?

Sorry about the newbi question but Where is the pressure regulator located??? and how do you test the pressure?

What would be a good / normal pressure on a GT3

NOTE: it runs very good cold.

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Pressure regulator is at the end of the fuel rail.

Hi Loren

Just to say that everything is ok now, it was my mistake, I inverted the O2 sensor on the exhaust ..... very stupid mistake

Anyway now everything is running fine, Thanks for your time and effort, i appreciate

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