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    CHanged oxygen sensor and have worse problem i think Turbo XS system to blame????

    hi i have had a code for the last month reading bad 02 sensor for front end 02. i just bought the new part and installed it . once i have the car running it is not as smooth with new sensor as it was with the old bad sensor. i have a TurboXS computer that i have set the proper parameters for my 2003 wrx 2.0L but think it is causeing all this problem. please help me chase this problem for i dont want to destroy my car

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    CHanged oxygen sensor and have worse problem i think Turbo XS system to blame????

    I'm not sure the Utec is the issue. Did you buy the right O2 sensor? Do you have a DTC ?


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    What all other mods do you have? What kind of car?
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    i have a 2003 subaru wrx 2.0L with blitz blow off valve and a blitz air filter stock injectors new spark plugs within 3k miles and TurboXS system. and Donkey i had the wrong one sent to me for a 2.5L and i went and got a new one at napa and made sure three time lol it was the one for my motor . finaly got the new one which is 4 pin and looked same as the old one, it is a Deso brand part #234-9011 and instaled it fine with no problems till i started it up and it ran. i am sorry but i have no idea what a DTC is?

    thanks for the reply

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    Check engine light has been blinking since last night and is still blinking. the car is running so choppy that I swear it has a cylinder Misfire but have not checked the code. fuel smells very rich. and also loss of horses. my poor car. could a damaged mass air flow sensor cause this?

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    Re: CHanged oxygen sensor and have worse problem i think Turbo XS system to blame????

    Get the code read already
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    ^ That.

    Take it to an autozone, advance auto parts, pep boys, etc. You should be able to get it read for free.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    Get the code read already
    Ej257 YA HELPFUL REPLY. Douch bag, thanks calvinball for putting it that way. will be checking code after work today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 03blitz View Post
    Ej257 YA HELPFUL REPLY. Douch bag, thanks calvinball for putting it that way. will be checking code after work today.
    Cool name calling pal. An internet forum isn't a code reader. We can only speculate. EJ's reply was perfectly sensible. Take the tude over to Nasioc if you're gonna be that way. And you spelled "douche" wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 03blitz View Post
    Ej257 YA HELPFUL REPLY. Douch bag, thanks calvinball for putting it that way. will be checking code after work today.
    ......He said get the code read. Overreact much? Hate to see what you did after that girl you asked to your high school prom turned you down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maus View Post
    ......He said get the code read. Overreact much? Hate to see what you did after that girl you asked to your high school prom turned you down.

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    Alright drama queens codes are p0301,0302,0303,0304, p0031

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    Quote Originally Posted by 03blitz View Post
    Alright drama queens codes are p0301,0302,0303,0304, p0031
    IF YOU HAVE A MISFIRE CODE ,PLEASE READ THIS!!!

    Those codes are for misfires in cylinder 1 (0301), 2 (0302), etc. P0031 is for the oxygen sensor. Check the above thread for some guidance on what to look at.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 03blitz View Post
    Alright drama queens codes are p0301,0302,0303,0304, p0031
    I'm a drama king actually...bow down to me or you'll be banished forever!

    Follow Calvinball's post. Start simple as it will suggest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 03blitz View Post
    Alright drama queens codes are p0301,0302,0303,0304, p0031
    EJ257 was simply pointing out the obvious. If you are going to cop an attitude then have fun fixing your car on your own................considering you can't even bother read the stickies at the top of the page. It doesn't take a lot of common sense to figure out if your check engine light is on to get the code read as that probably contains valuable info that would assist in diagnosing your problem. Hence the frigg'n point of OBD "ON BOARD DIAGNOSTICS" systems.

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