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Old 05-21-2013, 05:50 PM
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Havent been to the exhaust shop yet but went ahead and ordered the diablo intune i1000 from hemifever with a custom tune package. finally got a po152 slow reponse on bank2 along with po133 slow response on bank 1. I honestly think its because my o2 sensors are too far back from where they are in the factory Y pipe.
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Out of curiousity , you couldn't feel any of the leaks around your sensors by hand? I have felt over mine many times and if there is a leak I would be surprised.
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I was actually able to find a small leak at the weld underneath bank 1 sensor 1. And also the collectors were not sealed properly and leaking as well. So I will be having mine fixed Thursday and hopefully be done with this. I found my leaks by hooking a shop vac up to my exhaust pipe on blow and used a spray bottle with water and a little dish soap to find them.
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for an update. Bought a diablosport intune. Working on getting the custom tune right now.
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cmpx3 were you able to get your CEL figured out? had mine taken in and found a decent sized leak from inside my headers where they weld together. Shortly after that was repaired I caught a p0153 bank 2 sensor 1....first time ever ive seen that one....was always p0133....pretty frustrated
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