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Guest Message by DevFuse
EJ22 Cold start program
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Posted 13 December 2009 - 08:15 PM
Hi all, not sure if this is correct area for my post, please feel free to move it, but I wondered if anyone out there in Suby-land knew at what temperature the 'warm up cycle' ceased on an EJ22. My engine only gets to 80-82 degrees C max and I am wondering if the fuel mix is too rich by virtue of the ECU still trying to get the engine up to nominal operating temp (91 degree C). In the 92 legacy manual online it shows a curve which is injector duty cycle percentage increase against engine temp that runs out at 60 degree C, but I don't take that as gospel as it's not detailed enough. Any comments?
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