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    On a F430 it says that it would be the Front Lambda Sensor saying sensor has reached max value (my guess max value = bad sensor) and is possibly locked. Would it be the same on the 360?
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    Has to be related to the F1.
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    Poor Ferrari documentation, old codes, new codes...
    The lambda out of range error is support by the factory tool (SD-2). I suspect this code was triggered when the earlier "ingested screw through the intake manifold" hit a valve causing zero compression. The O2 reading would have been beyond the normal expected values and triggered a fault.

    All adaptive values reset, monitors ready....and she drives great without any CELs.


    And yes, there is a non-related F1 problem but time did not allow in depth diagnostics.
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    Wait? What? Ingested a screw? And no holes in pistons? No broken valves?
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    A couple of valves, seats, etc ... Always interesting to review service records. The repairs were done, but faults and adaptive values remained stored. Always something with these gems
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