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Old 10-09-2018, 12:08 PM
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Trouble Shooting help please

I humbly bow to the all knowledgable forum with a request for guidance.

My cl600 via my diag laptop that the entire right side isn't firing. I have two new coils in place as well as a new from Voltage Transformer from my friend at V12icpack. It starts, idles like is has a misfire and has zero power. It will drive but needless...

I got some readings indicating that the right O2 sensor was showing zero to 5 mV while the left side had 718 mV. I stopped the car and am not near it right now. I'm trying to plan my repair when I get back. Would an O2 sensor cause this havoc? I went straight to buy the VT but the car still isn't right.

Car was warmed up to operating temp. Would the right side o2 sensor cause the whole thing to not fire?

I recently put in two reman coil packs from V12icpack so I'm certain thats not the issue.
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Old 10-09-2018, 07:54 PM
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If you have two new. Coils from v12icpack and a new voltage transformer , ask Clark what other possible problem could it. Be .

Clearly your problem is only one bank , he might rent you qvdifferent coil and a voltage transformer to swap out and troubleshoot to be certain itís not those
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Old 10-09-2018, 09:22 PM
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I'm going to ask Clark about that option. So no thoughts on the O2 sensor? Would a bad one cut fuel and or spark to one bank? If it is the sensor how much of a pita is it? Like a one to indie scale?
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