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Re: AFM revival for 8v and V6

just to inform about calibrating afm,
first i warmed the engine to 90 deg, and disconnect lambda socket, and just like in Dom's case i edge up with 0.71-0.78 v at idle, and that was minimum normal voltage before it drops down to 0.02!!! (maximum voltage was 0.95 while moving wiper). so i leave it like that.
then i connect lambda again, start the engine, disconnect it and i put some constant throttle. after turning wheel clockwise for 2 tooth end up with 0.65v (after turning for 1 tooth it was 0.68). i didnt want to lean it more. after a short run there was no noticable changes, it puls very good, but still very small kangaroo in slow speed when touching throttle pedal and releasing it (in 1st and 2nd gear). and when i throttle pedal at idle i can notice small late response, like before. maybe i must drive little bit longer. i wonder what will happen with fuel consumption, becouse before it was 11l/100km.
any suggestions?
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Re: AFM revival for 8v and V6

i am one who have got kangarooing
now my car is very smooth

i gonna tell you that throttle position sensor is cause

change new one,

Don't do anything with AFM except carbon line is be worn.
or resistance is not smooth....
trust me

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