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#1 Old 11-29-2012, 03:37 PM
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06 Wrx p0297 Recently installed Cobb stage 1?

As the title say I was drivin home from work and check engine light came on.i recently upgraded to the Cobb stage 1 map. No mods except k and n drop in air filter. The code Is P2097 Post Catalyst Fuel Trim System Too Rich Bank 1. Anyone have this code ever before. Someone help me out. Should I just replace both sensors. Or what should I look under in my data log on my Cobb to figure it out. Thanks


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If I am not mistaken, you should be able to use the cobb tuner to at least help you figue it out. my guess is that its running richer than the computer is used too, since you just tuned it. But then again a lot more people would be talking about this code... Maybe try clearing the code using the cobb tuner, and re loading the stock map and drive around to see if it comes back? that should at least narrow it down to wether its the stage 1 tune or not. Lets us know what happens. I am curious because I wanted to get the cobb tuner for my car as well... if nothing else I like the sound of valet mode. haha
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Well I cleared the code and reset all the moniters and it hasn't come back on yet


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Well check engine light came back on now i un installed the Cobb stage 1 and it's back to stock now. We will se what happens


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I'm pretty sure it's my bov I have a turbo xs hybrid bov. I'm gonna uninstall it tommorow it tommorow and upload the stage 1 93 tune and see how it goes from there


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Good to know. Hopefully it is the BOV and nothing serious.
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You need to stick to the map notes to a "T"..... at least til you get a custom tune.

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I put the stock bov on and put stock filter on and put stage 1 93 tune
On and check engine light still comes on


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my sister on her OXT had the same issue... it was as simple as a rear failed O2 sensor.
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That's what I'm doing next replacing that sensor. Because I've read that around 100k they tend to go bad and it's never a constant mileage after I reset the codes
Sometimes it can be 50
Miles next time it could
Be 150 miles pretty sure the sensor is just getting stuck. Thanks for the help and if that doesn't help it then I'll be back on here


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The WRX may different from the OXT.... so there may only be 1 sensor in response to your email. But in the case of 2 O2 sensors I would replace them with OEM Brand.
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Yeah no doubt I'm pretty sure there is just 1 sensor. Anybody have any input on how many o2 sensors are on a 2006 Wrx tr?


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so I went out to my WRX and there most definitely 2.... one on the exhaust and one on the manifold
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Yeah I went out to mine and saw the 2. Gonna go to my local subi dealer and pick up those 2 sensors. Even better news I get half price from subi because I work at the local Toyota dealership the plus's of working at a dealership I guess along with using there lifts and all there equipment.


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Awesome deal. This should fix any issue up to this point. Let me know how it turns out

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