No worries dude, sick children (especially little ones) is the worst thing in the world - mine has just gotten over the dreaded pox which arrived just in time for Xmas. Hope she feels better by tomorrow.Will have to get another data run Rob which has been scuppered tonight as one of the littl'uns is sick bless her.
Will do asap
Cheers bud, this wee one is just boking so not a patch on the pox but still.....sucksNo worries dude, sick children (especially little ones) is the worst thing in the world - mine has just gotten over the dreaded pox which arrived just in time for Xmas. Hope she feels better by tomorrow.
Is this actually true though?As said above the read lambda will have no impact on how the car runs its just there to see if the cat is working.
On another recent CS thread, the OP had problems because a pin or pins had been pushed out the loom plug for the Lambda.Very interesting post Steve..............
Just seems odd that this is the first time I have ever noticed the value of the rear O2 changing when I was driving it. It was always a static value.
Impossible to say without knowing how the Renault ecu uses the data. I'm just going by what others have said on here and also given that many people code out/disable the post cat lambda without any running issues.
Supposedly my E46 uses both and that is a similar era to the clio design wise. The Clio could be using the post lambda for slower feedback. Could probably rule it out by doing an adaption reset if thats possible?