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DataMaster -- LTerm Counts read low (108) running rich...

Hi guys,

I've been doing some diagnostic work on my car, and I've noticed that my LTerm Counts in DataMaster are coming in at 108. They go up from time to time, but normally they are hovering around 108 -- very rarely do they make it to the desired 128.

My STerm Counts are usually OK -- sometimes slightly low (125/126). What can I do about addressing this problem? I know the car is running rich because I can smell it -- It's been a nagging problem for a while.

New Opti, plugs, wires, coil, fuel pressure regulator & recently had the fuel system cleaned.

I have TunerCats, so I can change the tables -- but I don't know why the LTerm Counts would be so low.

Any help would be great!


Tyler W.

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