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1993 del sol chipped p28 won't pass emissions

Old 03-16-2013, 12:32 PM
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I bought a blown del sol the car was in peices. It had a y8 head on a z6 block, I bought a used d16z6,the distributer holes do not line up except for one and I can get it in time or pretty close. The ECM is a p28 I took the cover off after I fail emissions by nearly 3x's the legal limit in hc and co. How can I make my car pass before I swap in a b16a turbo this is my question? One other thing the car has no o2 sensor
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One other thing the car has no o2 sensor
um, you might want to start there.
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It might be in open and not closed loop. So no o2 readings are taken at all to adjust fuel. Even after you put an o2 in it
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