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    Plus e36 318is m44 diagnostics results

    Hi guys lee_h has just been kind enough to come round and do my diagnostics! And came up with these results....

    E36
    Phase sensor

    What the hell is that? Everything else ok

    E39
    Avtivate electric fun
    Lambda control bank 1 (and 2) control block

    And it was running rough


    These even occasionally went into 1.0 something on one cyl at one point

    Anyways that's everything from both cars.... What does it all mean?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Phase sensor is a cam sensor Niall.....

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    Thanks Steve I thought the cam sensor was shot on it cheers so what will change when it's replaced?

    And bloody hell your fast Steve haha hadn't even time to recode the page haha

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    ide say you have dead lambda's or vacuum leaks is more likely..

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    So what's avtivate electric fun and lambada banks?

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    lambda control is its reached it control max range so cannot regulate fuel mixture anymore prolly cos unmetered air is entering the engine and makin em go beserk and would explain rough running too..


    fan activation could be just a spike itsa common one how many counts of it were there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niall_farley View Post
    Hi guys lee_h has just been kind enough to come round and do my diagnostics! And came up with these results....

    E36
    Phase sensor

    What the hell is that? Everything else ok


    E39
    Avtivate electric fun
    Lambda control bank 1 (and 2) control block

    And it was running rough


    These even occasionally went into 1.0 something on one cyl at one point

    Anyways that's everything from both cars.... What does it all mean?

    Thanks in advance!
    Not bad results there then Niall from TWO cars

    I like the detail that INPA goes into and the bit that says ROUGH, straight to the point!

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    So how would I fix this then doggy? The lambda control and the air thing?

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    Watty mate you shoulda seem the state of the e36 before we cleared em haha honestly about 10 came up (but I have never had the codes read in two years and over 50k haha

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