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Default 05-05-2019, 05:01 PM

Originally Posted by ARROW335
Ok... swapped out cylinder 6 index 1 injector for an index 10 and input new injector values with INPA. Also installed new NGK plugs (one step colder than stock) and all is well for now.
ManiN54... question for you.... in your opinion what's the best way to correct the lean condition due to ctls **'s? The old plugs are showing a lean condition (tan in color/no oil) and I've yet to find a definitive answer on how to correct the o2 sensor readings. No mil light but when I read codes with jb4 it always comes back with a "ctls ** detected" code.
Can you post a log please?

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