Am having a misfire problem
and recorded these lambda readings which show different results between Bank1 and Bank 2, so I assume this is part of my problem. Anyway on analysis of lamdba trim settings there is a definite difference between bank 1 and bank 2. Heres the results:
Lambda Multiplication factor Bank 1 Low load=1
Lambda Multiplication factor Bank 2 Low load=0
Lambda Multiplication factor Bank 1 Current load=1(idle)
Lambda Multiplication factor Bank 2 Current load=0(idle)
Lambda Multiplication factor Bank 1 High load=1
Lambda Multiplication factor Bank 2 High load=1
Lambda Additional factor Bank 1=0.515-0.889
Lambda Additional factor Bank 2=0.328-0.608
Additive correction for fuel mass lambda Bank 1=1.123
Additive correction for fuel mass lambda Bank 2=0.562
Obviously not all the values were logged at the same time, but this appears to point at something different between bank 1 and 2, which I assume should normally have about the same values. Which is rich and lean? What could be the cause? How do I test further?
New sparks,coil packs,HT leads couple of weeks ago and root problem still persists.