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Old 10-22-2012, 06:04 AM
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Error Memory From INPA For P0492

Well still trying to determine cause for my SES with OBDII code P0492. More and more it seems like I have the carbon build up in Bank 2.

Pump cycles fine, good airflow
No leaks in Y pipe
Valve appears to work

Pulled INPA memory

durchsatz zu gering - 2761 CDKSLS2 - Throughput low


Korrekturfaktor Hohe gefreeztz B2(fho_u) - .84 - High correction factor ( Whats corrected?)

also see a mittelwert lambda of 1.01
Lambda-Sollwert of 1.00

does all this point to lack of airflow? or electrical problem with Bank2 O2? (I also assumed pre-cat exhaust O2 sensor on driver's side.
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Old 10-22-2012, 03:25 PM
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Seems like O2 sensor.. hence low throughput.
I have seen INPA error code tables somewhere, try to google it

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