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Lambda Probes & JTS

Good morning all,
I am after some feedback regarding the above. I have had two sets of lambda probes fitted to my car in six months.

Yesterday, I got my usual ECU failure warning so I suspect that I have lost another probe(s) (I hope that's it, if it is an ECU issue then that gets to be expensive!).

Anyway - has anyone else had this type of issue on the JTS engine? I have it from some people that I have spoken to locally that they have had the same thing and I wonder if it is endemic.

I look forward to hearing from you.

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Re: Lambda Probes & JTS

The usual problem was the connections to the lambda sensors, rather than the lambda sensors themselves.
Basically wires too short straining the connectors.
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