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owe

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afr experiment
« on: 13:41, Wed 25 May 2011 »
Can someone with an afr meter do me a favour an check wot happens to the afrs if u pump the brake pedal Wen the car is idling? mine keeps increasing but the only reason I'm worried about it is that I get slight hesitation Wen I put my foot on the throttle an my afrs go right up for that split second so I'm kinda sure its down to an air leak and after checkin most things I think its to do with the servo
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Re: afr experiment
« Reply #1 on: 13:48, Wed 25 May 2011 »
Oops posted in the wrong place, can a mod move it for me please
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Re: afr experiment
« Reply #2 on: 11:19, Fri 02 November 2012 »
bump!! still have this problem and its getting worse. last time out it hesitated and i cracked a liner :( would be a massive help if someone could confirm what the afr meter does :)
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Re: afr experiment
« Reply #3 on: 20:51, Fri 02 November 2012 »
There is a one way valve between the inlet manifold and the brake master cylinder. I would check that first.