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Xc90 t6 lpg mot o2 sensor query

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Old Jan 31st, 2018, 13:09   #1

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Default Xc90 t6 lpg mot o2 sensor query

Hi all just wondering thoughts on my concern ?

My mot is on Friday for my Xc90 t6 , I have a eml light on for an o2 sensor my garage has said the light isn’t an mot fail unless the emissions are off , my question is if it is presented running on lpg will this then pass with the above fault ? I have ordered an 02 sensor but won’t be fitted in time . Do the 02 sensor still work when on lpg anyway ?

My eml light shows bank 2 sensor being the fault I replaced one on the drivers side thinking this was the fault but came back after clearing so presume bank 2 isn’t easily accessible .

Thanks guys
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Old Jan 31st, 2018, 21:36   #2
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The light is a fail now

If you clear the code does it come right back up?

Have you monitered function of the sensor? It might not be faulty but just the mixture is out

The sensor is used to control fuelling both on Petrol and LPG
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