Re: another warman o2 theory lmfao
"wet rich"???? Are you trying to say that O2 sensors measure things other
"wet rich"... interesting term..... not sure what it means since a misfire
is a misfire... two products go down the pipe.... raw gasoline (which
doesn't get measured) and unused O2 (which DOES get measured). Your
so-called "wet rich" will pollute the sensor and cause the cat to overheat
(oh.... if I recall, you have a different theory on that, too).
I'm glad you "wouldent go there"... all of our techs have the ability to
spell and none of our techs would want to devote that much time to cleaning
up your mess.
FWIW... there are times you have the idea that you have excited or agitated
me.... please don't give yourself credit for non-accomplishments. In the
grand scheme of life, you rate somewhere below a cat turd in the flower bed
as far as excitement goes. I would hazard a guess that some of us would miss
your turgid little, uneducated spurts of smegma.
Feel free to hop on board here since, I'm sure, that one or more of your
self serving mantras (followed by unrelated cut and pastes from dubious
sources) will be much better than actually expressing your own thoughts.
IIRC, you once proclaimed yourself "king" of the newsgroups.... I would
suggest that it is more like "queen" of the newsgroups and sincerely wish
you would crawl back into the closet.....
<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> >Let's take a look at your misfire - sometimes with a backfire and that
> >me want to say ignition... Somewhere, somehow a mixture is being lit at
> >wrong time or unburned fuel is getting into the exhaust and lighting off.
> >One thing that an ignition misfire will deliver on an OBD1 car, is a lean
> >mixture (important to remember that the O2 sensor can only measure oxygen
> >content - as far as mixture goes, it dont know shit from shinola... all
> >knows is high O2 content and low O2 content).
> yup and a wet rich from unburned fuel
> where ya say ya work again?
> i wouldent go there
> hurc ast