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Old 09-29-2008, 05:27 PM   #1
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So I've had my LC-1 with the G3 gauge on my car for about 9 months now, and I always noticed that when I start the car, the gauge reads all the way rich for a while, and then it moves up to where it should be. I assume this is a delay period for the heater? I just wondered, cause now my LC-1 is hooked to my MS and if it does this delay on start-up...then the MS won't be reading O2 signal till the O2 sensor heats up right?
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Approx 30 seconds after startup is the warmup time for the sensor, where it'll read rich or lean (mine reads like 7:1 rich...) then it goes normal. Thats typical.

If you hook your computer up to the LC-1 and open the LM Log Viewer, it'll indicate the warmup percentage while your gauge shows rich.
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