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    Bump. Thankfully I don't rely on this car for transportation.... Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 1fastt2 Click here to enlarge
    Bump. Thankfully I don't rely on this car for transportation.... Click here to enlarge
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Den* Click here to enlarge
    I think i might think i have one of my sensors failed too, i have 2C32 and 29E1 coming every day. I sent everything (data) to trebila, but he is on vacation until end of August, so i will wait for his answer. Bank#2 - access is not that easy as bank#1, that's sad Click here to enlarge
    so sensors are fine, just received a reply from Trebila, i'm glad to have BP sensors ))
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Den* Click here to enlarge
    so sensors are fine, just received a reply from Trebila, i'm glad to have BP sensors ))
    So which BP sensors are you using and are they in each exhaust manifold bank? Did you wire them into a JB4 or to it's own guage?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Ericbh77 Click here to enlarge
    So which BP sensors are you using and are they in each exhaust manifold bank? Did you wire them into a JB4 or to it's own guage?
    BP means here bullet proof. In fact, i use ADV sensors from CKI and i have one per bank. they are plug and play, so i had 0 issues with connecting them to the OEM wires.

    only feedback i have is to have proper length for the sensors: 1 long and 1 short. Currently CKI supply with two shorts + extender for one of the sensors.
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    Oh i thought someone else is running these too. Also running the ADV sensors. I was hoping for some back pressure sensor install info

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Den* Click here to enlarge
    BP means here bullet proof. In fact, i use ADV sensors from CKI and i have one per bank. they are plug and play, so i had 0 issues with connecting them to the OEM wires.

    only feedback i have is to have proper length for the sensors: 1 long and 1 short. Currently CKI supply with two shorts + extender for one of the sensors.
    How is anyone supposed to know BP means bullet proof?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by subaru335i Click here to enlarge
    How is anyone supposed to know BP means bullet proof?

    I'm SG to BRBPOS in my BCTGF!!!

    I’m So Glad to Be Right Back Pending Other Stuff in my Blue Car That Goes Fast!


    Wait .... did that translate correct?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ///MPOSTER Click here to enlarge
    I’m So Glad to Be Right Back Pending Other Stuff in my Blue Car That Goes Fast!


    Wait .... did that translate correct?
    That is scary close. I can't remember exactly but I think it was "I'm So Glad to Be Racing Bullet Proof O2 Sensors in my Blue Car That Goes Fast"
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    Installed mine but I'm having issues.

    They work fine until the car warms up, after some driving AFR gets pinned at 20 for both banks and it throws 2c2e + 2c2d codes. If I clear the codes the problem goes away but then comes back shortly after.

    All connections look fine and I have the proper BEF for them.

    Has anyone else had this problem?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by drepai Click here to enlarge
    Installed mine but I'm having issues.

    They work fine until the car warms up, after some driving AFR gets pinned at 20 for both banks and it throws 2c2e + 2c2d codes. If I clear the codes the problem goes away but then comes back shortly after.

    All connections look fine and I have the proper BEF for them.

    Has anyone else had this problem?
    Did you make sure the manifold does not have ceramic coating on the threads or the flat portion where the ADVs can get a good ground?

    Did you make sure to check on ADV sensors when using the BEF you said you loaded?

    If you have JB4 did you remove the biasing for regular OEM sensors?

    Did you replace one sensor at a time as to not swap the connectors ( banks) by mistake?


    edit; just want to say that above is what I remember. It could have changed by now on the MHD load, or JB4 loads where it is toggled off/on

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ///MPOSTER Click here to enlarge
    Did you make sure the manifold does not have ceramic coating on the threads or the flat portion where the ADVs can get a good ground?

    Did you make sure to check on ADV sensors when using the BEF you said you loaded?

    If you have JB4 did you remove the biasing for regular OEM sensors?

    Did you replace one sensor at a time as to not swap the connectors ( banks) by mistake?


    edit; just want to say that above is what I remember. It could have changed by now on the MHD load, or JB4 loads where it is toggled off/on
    No coating on the manifold

    ADV sensor option is checked in the BEF, I double checked that

    I didn't remove the biasing in the JB4, are you supposed to do that? How?

    Connectors are in the right place, it would have a ton of problems if they were swapped. Even with this issue the car runs and drives great.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by drepai Click here to enlarge
    No coating on the manifold

    ADV sensor option is checked in the BEF, I double checked that

    I didn't remove the biasing in the JB4, are you supposed to do that? How?

    Connectors are in the right place, it would have a ton of problems if they were swapped. Even with this issue the car runs and drives great.

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    As a note on that the biasing is only enabled for single turbo cars. Twin turbo cars have another setting under FUD bit6. Click here to enlarge

    The setting models exhaust back pressure and offsets the air/fuel ratio back to the DME to compensate for the pressure differential. If you leave it enabled with ADV sensors you'll probably wind up running too rich but I don't see how it might trigger o2 sensor faults.
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    @Terry, Not to derail thread but would it be best to install back pressure sensors on one bank or both? I know where to wire in one BP sensor to JB4 but not two.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    you'll probably wind up running too rich but I don't see how it might trigger o2 sensor faults.
    Seriously? If trims exceed thresholds car can default to OL right?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    The setting models exhaust back pressure and offsets the air/fuel ratio back to the DME to compensate for the pressure differential.
    These tables have been published in the XDF for quite some time now, I think you can remove this feature from JB4 and just incorporate into the BEF.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Ericbh77 Click here to enlarge
    @Terry, Not to derail thread but would it be best to install back pressure sensors on one bank or both? I know where to wire in one BP sensor to JB4 but not two.
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    I think just one is fine.
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    Ok thanx

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ///MPOSTER Click here to enlarge
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    FUD bit 6 - Disable o2 pressure correction.
    Updated all JB4 settings and reset adaptions. Same problem. Any other ideas?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by drepai Click here to enlarge
    Updated all JB4 settings and reset adaptions. Same problem. Any other ideas?
    Another user on another forum said his O2s were showing they were out and that it ended up being a fuse. Check that and see if they are getting power at all.

    If your fuses are good then I would recommend flashing back to stock and verify the OEM O2 sensors work and then get a good log . Then reflash with the new BEF(adv opt checked) and install the ADVs. That is how I would go about it to eliminate other faulty things.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ///MPOSTER Click here to enlarge
    Another user on another forum said his O2s were showing they were out and that it ended up being a fuse. Check that and see if they are getting power at all.

    If your fuses are good then I would recommend flashing back to stock and verify the OEM O2 sensors work and then get a good log . Then reflash with the new BEF(adv opt checked) and install the ADVs. That is how I would go about it to eliminate other faulty things.
    Car has been running just fine with stock O2s. Once he switched to the ADVs it was good for one day and that was about it. I can't figure it out and everything seems to be on check.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Payam@BMS Click here to enlarge
    Car has been running just fine with stock O2s. Once he switched to the ADVs it was good for one day and that was about it. I can't figure it out and everything seems to be on check.
    Hey payam , I saw that too. I figured he needs to get back to a known good, to best trouble shoot items that could be wrong. Is it a possibility that the O2s never really calibrated the first day after the flash and he saw the errors after the DME realized the issue on day 2 after the drive cycle. Putting back to stock could verify that the O2s were swapped, wires broken/melted, fuse blown , faulty flash, wrong bin, or bad ADVs etc etc. I don't want to sound insulting but one guy I helped insisted he had the correct BEF and couldn't figure out why things weren't working. I'm not sure where he got it from but I took mine from Chris's link and pointed him to it. Doesn't hurt to recheck or try a different source .

    edit: I think when I took Chris's file, I did not check on ADV on mhd ,I just let it be as is.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ///MPOSTER Click here to enlarge
    Hey payam , I saw that too. I figured he needs to get back to a known good, to best trouble shoot items that could be wrong. Is it a possibility that the O2s never really calibrated the first day after the flash and he saw the errors after the DME realized the issue on day 2 after the drive cycle. Putting back to stock could verify that the O2s were swapped, wires broken/melted, fuse blown , faulty flash, wrong bin, or bad ADVs etc etc. I don't want to sound insulting but one guy I helped insisted he had the correct BEF and couldn't figure out why things weren't working. I'm not sure where he got it from but I took mine from Chris's link and pointed him to it. Doesn't hurt to recheck or try a different source .

    edit: I think when I took Chris's file, I did not check on ADV on mhd ,I just let it be as is.
    We went through it a couple times to verify its just our BEF with the ADV box checked in MHD before flashing. We will keep digging and see what we can find.
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