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I've got a lambda issue on my 916, the error code stored in the ECU was P0150, which states Bank 2. My car has a CF2 engine. So which bank should I be looking at, viewing the engine from the bonnet to boot? Refer to my thread in the 916 lounge.
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They are normally front /back left/right or dx/sx but if you unplug 1 then re check the code you might figure it out that way sorry can't help more.
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I would guess bank one is cylinders 1, 2, 3, and bank two is 4, 5, 6.

but as above best guess
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I would guess bank one is cylinders 1, 2, 3, and bank two is 4, 5, 6.

but as above best guess
Yeah, I'm thinking the same.
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As it's a cf2, it's irrelevant as they only have 1 lambda sensor...
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As it's a cf2, it's irrelevant as they only have 1 lambda sensor...
Beg to differ, finally got round to fix/weld my front manifold today. When the car was up in the air air, I was presented with 2 lambda sensors.
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Beg to differ, finally got round to fix/weld my front manifold today. When the car was up in the air air, I was presented with 2 lambda sensors.
You said you had a cf2...
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Yes, I believe that I have a CF2, engine ECU is in the passengers footwell with an electronic throttle and 1 catalytic converter.
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Then it should have 1 lambda sensor, unless it's a GTV specific oddity?

Bank 2 is the front bank.
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Then it should have 1 lambda sensor, unless it's a GTV specific oddity?

Bank 2 is the front bank.
GTV specific oddity...... number 3 in the pdf.
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