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Jay-g
Isle of Wight,
United Kingdom

Posts: 314
Daytona 955i (99-01)


28 Jul 2017 12:51
Koro I recently did my CO myself. You first need to warm your engine up then calibrate the co meter .To do this you turn it on and leave the prob in fresh air for around 10 mins to get a measurement of the co content in the air. When the meter had done that you then, on my meter, had to set the screen to read 2.0 you then set the co using tunecu. To do that you stick the prob up the exhaust and again with the engine running ,allow it to get a reading. This can take several minutes so you need to be patient. Then still with engine running, click on adjust co in tunecu ,2 arrows appear click on one to adjust up and the other down. Aim for 3.0 to read on the meter. That's basically it. Except you have to then take the prob out and allow it to clear any gas from itself in fresh air for several minutes. Then check that the meter returns to 2.0 so you know calibration didn't move.If it did move you have to adjust it and do over.
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