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Just had the 'lambda sensor' on my '99 156 2.0TS replaced to cure an intermittently stuttering engine and now although that problem seems to have been fixed the car just doesn't feel right - a bit gutless in fact. Is there anything else the garage should have adjusted in conjunction with the new lambda to make sure performance was maintained ? Thanks.
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Re: Lambda sensor woes

Maybe reset the ECU so it can remap the engine with the new values from the lambda... replace the air filter? check the Air Flow Meter? Cleaned the throtle body...? Clean spark plugs. Do they need replacing?
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