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I don't think the new lambda probe will require you to leave the battery off for a couple of hours. We're talking an "old" setup here. It surely isn't that sophisticated!?
I suspect you're right. From recent experience all noticeable changes in idle after the battery's been disconnected - whether it's for ten minutes or three days - occur in the first minute or two. All this '
adjusting to your driving style' is for shiny new cars rather than my old banger.
it will affect the cars idle - it monitors the exhaust output of the car under all operating conditions.
Which suggests my current sensor's basically a plug that stops the exhaust from blowing
Best to get the car tested with a hot engine. I always give a car a proper thrashing before the MOT and arrive just in time for it
So I understand. I won't leave my car and keys at a testing centre next time, for sure!
Currently in mojolicious's garage:
2001 Ford Focus 1.9TD(d)i Estate in the incredibly luxurious 'LX' trim :)