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Hello

Since one week i have some trouble with my LINK CAN Lambda.

it is very strange, during idle and running CAN running correctly and sometimes  CAN Lambda STOP to work and value is blocked to 10.1

very strange , I check all connection and sensor.

i not understand, can you help me?

if i change Lambda sensor , i need to calibrate system? how to calibrate?

thanks in advance

regards

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13 minutes ago, Adamw said:

Check the runtime parameter "Lambda 1 Status" and Lambda 1 Error, that will give us some clues to the problem.

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Hi Adam

thanks for your answer

i join copy of your request

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Error 24 means the sensor pump current is outside of the expected range.  It would most likely be caused by either a bad connection on the sensor side of the CAN lambda or a failing sensor.  I would probably replace the sensor as the first step. 

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2 minutes ago, Adamw said:

Error 24 means the sensor pump current is outside of the expected range.  It would most likely be caused by either a bad connection on the sensor side of the CAN lambda or a failing sensor.  I would probably replace the sensor as the first step. 

ok thanks

i will try new sensor lambda lsu 4.9<

how to do calibration sensor?

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6 minutes ago, Adamw said:

The CAN lambda uses the Bosch factory calibration resistor which is inside the connector, no need for any calibration.

ok thanks

i will try new sensor and keep you update

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On 5/6/2020 at 12:27 AM, Adamw said:

The CAN lambda uses the Bosch factory calibration resistor which is inside the connector, no need for any calibration.

Hi Adam,

I changed Lambda sensor and problem is fixed.

thanks for help

regards ludovic

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