Chevrolet Repair Questions? Ask a Chevy Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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You should do a compression test and also look for vacuum leaks and scan the computer for codes.
I did read everything, it doesn't say anything about what I asked you. This can be a computer problem due to the new information. Do some bidirectional commands with you scan tool to verify.
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Pressure is good. I would check compression for valve timing being off.
It is important to run the other tests recommended too. Guessing is very tough:)
MODE 6 tests for computer malfunction.
It could run good if the computer is adding a lot of timing to compensate for a malfunction. These tests are important.
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It's one of the 9 functions your scanner is capable of. It tells you data that the computer sees and calculates.
here is a link about MODE 6. I teach a 5 day course on this, 8 hours a day. It isn't anything that can be done in ten minutes because it's extremely involved.
Thanks again, Ron
I'm sorry, but I am not familiar with all the scan tools that are out there. Your tool does have a section in it for information like this. I hope you don't let this reflect my rating, we just can't know every tool that everyone has.
If the oxygen sensor is staying stuck in one range it can richen or lean the fuel ratio causing similar issues you are having.
Ok sounds good!
Are you meaning what is the ECU pin for the oxygen sensor?
Awesome glad to hear