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Go and do it with the traction control off and report back
It's worth checking to see if the acoustic valve is plugged in then. Tuck it out the way but plugged in if you're leaving the cone on.
It would be good to get some clarification
P0174 could suggest an exhaust leak as opposed to the lambda being at fault.
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He's not had a mess with it yet. Hopefully have an answer over the weekend
Shall update the thread as and when :sunglasses:
Did he tell you what the fault code was?
Looks mint on the white wheels. So low!
Which model AST's are they?
They've just got a bit hot and the edge has pulled away on the tread block. Completely normal.
Be gone as soon as you go on track again.
I created two identical threads by mistake earlier and have replied to both of them somehow :tearsofjoy:
Could you merge the...
Will try to have a mooch. Cheers boys
Being a BMW owner myself, I can relate to the battery issue problems :tearsofjoy:
Cheers Paul. One of the first things we checked was the ECU fuse.
Will have to have a better look at the connectors
My mates Clio 200 died on track yesterday. He shifted from 3rd to 4th and in the time the clutch was depressed the car cut out.
We checked all...
I'd say it's definitely the air leak. Have to see how it is over the coming week.
Yes blank the pipe off the throttle body. You need to read the codes before you start replacing parts really.
You could be wasting your money
You need to leave the butterfly plugged in. But if you're running a cone filter you need to blank that vacuum pipe.
What is the actual code?
The difference between cup and none cup is like night and day imo.
That being said, I really don't think cup shocks are bad on the road
What's the voltage on the battery when you're cranking?
It works for Facebook, so there's nothing stopping it from working here :tearsofjoy: