200q20v Digest, Vol 2, Issue 16
paul at clarity.net
Mon Dec 15 07:15:37 EST 2003
Sorry, where I I wrote ohms, I meant volts.
Paul Luevano wrote:
> From: Bernie Benz <b.benz at charter.net>
> > > From: Brett Dikeman <brett at cloud9.net>
> > >
> > >> Now, any suggestions on reducing HC's at idle? I've been told that there
> > >> is a potentiometer in the MAF sensor that controls the idle mixture.
> > >> Anyone know about it and how to adjust it?
> > >
> > > No such beast.
> > It exists on the NA cars, the 7A w Hatachi ECU, not on the Bosch Motronic
> > 3Bs.
> Well, played around a little yesterday. First installed the Hakka 1's I just
> picked up, and then played around trying to figure out my emissions a bit. Did
> locate this little guy:
> But have no idea what it does. Checked out the O2 sensor. Hooked up, engine
> hot and running, signal would float between .3 and .7 ohms. Unplugged it would
> hang out right around .03 ohms. With the O2 sensor unplugged, would get a
> reading of .454 ohms from the computer. That I can't figure out.
> Also, watching the O2 sensor, turning that little pot on the MAF would have no
> effect on the reading, floated between .3 and .7.
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