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1997 Chevy 5.7 vortec

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27 Feb 2019 16:51 #27440 by Nick67410
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1997 Chevy k2500 5.7vortech
No codes
Running real rich on bank1

Trying to figure out what all is involved in system b in the picture attached. Seems like it is always in open loop.
Should it be?

Also very detailed and to the point videos.
Thank you
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27 Feb 2019 18:46 #27444 by cheryl hartkorn
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any o2 sensor readings? could have a stuck rich one on bank 1

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02 Mar 2019 17:22 #27521 by Rockyroad
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Is this at idle? Maf reading looks high. I don’t help people who use metric units.
Just kidding...about 180°f for those without an conversion table

Someday I'll figure this out

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03 Mar 2019 14:20 - 03 Mar 2019 14:29 #27556 by guafa
Replied by guafa on topic 1997 Chevy 5.7 vortec
Both, bank 1 and 2 are running rich (at least for PCM). PCM is subtracting fuel in bank 1 faster than in bank 2 (acumulated percentage in bank 1 is bigger).

7.6 g/s is normal according to past readings i have made in one of those engines. At 80 degrees system should be in closed loop.

Please post O2 readings for better undestanding.
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