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Just another little update. I've removed the throttle position sensor just to see if that made any odds. No joy. Also checked the fuel cut off switch. Again no joy. I'll update when I have more info
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Run the faults today and now have a fault to go with. The fault I have is P0170 fuel trim bank 1 malfunction. Any ideas???
 

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I assume it calibrates your mixture according to the overall needs! Ecu on it's way! Don't take my word for granted, I would check Ecu first!

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P0170 often indicates a problem with the manifold/downpipe lambda sensor (which does indeed govern the fuel mixture).
 
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