Join Date: Jan 2019
Location: Sedgwick, Kansas
Perhaps it's not connected to the sensor, or the sensor is bad? If it's not moving, there's bound to be something wrong there. It would at least give you different readings when the engine's cold vs. hot, or idle vs. winging the throttle. Has to. No carb ever built can maintain the same A/F ratio under all driving conditions, without a little variance.
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