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    Unhappy P0130

    ok just code an eml on the coupe, did a code test with me reader. is reading:
    P0130 O2 Sensor Circuit Malfunction (Bank 1 Sensor 1)
    so am i right in thinking thats the precat decat one as its bank one?

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    yep the o2 below the turbo. funny just done mine, norm 29 has had his go too - must be catching - incidently it badly affected the way my car ran - didnt boost correctly, felt down on power too

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    yeah exactly how mine feels down on power,even though standard map, boost seems a lot less than normal.

    how easy they 2 change, cause i heard u need a special tool

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    Quote Originally Posted by welsh-andy View Post
    yeah exactly how mine feels down on power,even though standard map, boost seems a lot less than normal.

    how easy they 2 change, cause i heard u need a special tool

    No you don't need a special tool for the lambda sensor on the pre cat pipe, a regular spanner will do the job.
    Unclip the connector from under the boost pipe first.

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    22mm spanner - undo and unclip from the elctrical connector - fitting is a the same

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    Try cleaning it.

    Sorted mine on another car before
    The truth is always the truth even if you haven't realised it yet...

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    lee what did u clean it with - your the 2nd person i have read say this - white spirit??

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    yeah lee what did u use,

    so just 22mm spanner,cool looks like a job even i cant mess up,lolol

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    only sorted mine for a few miles, problems back again got a new one to fit tmo tho
    Car broken- A3 170 quattro s-line

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    Just used a petrol soaked rag (As it evaporates).


    When you take it out you will probably find its all sooty
    The truth is always the truth even if you haven't realised it yet...

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