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please help!!

My 06 gt, automatic has started idling rough and low in the 500's and seem like I have loss power. I have cleaned the throttle body, maf sensor, air filter, checked for vaccum leaks, replaced plugs. I also went though the idle relearn process. There is no CEL on. I hooked up my Actron Scanner and wanted to show you guys what the values are. The only mod I have is a CAI. Any help would really be appreciated!

The car is in drive at idle when these were taken.

ABSLT TPS 12.2
ENGINE RPM 594-608
BARO PRS 28.6
MAF 0.67-0.71
COLLANT 198
IGN ADV 14.5-19
ST FTRM1 -0.8-2.3
ST FTRM2 -0.8-2.3
LT FTRM1 15.6
LT FTRM2 16.4
ABS TPS B 12.9-13.3
O2S11 0.085-0.850
O2S12 0.805-0.0815
O2S21 0.100-0.0860
ST FTRM11 -0.8-1.6
ST FTRM21 -0.8-3.1
O2S22 0.815-0.830
VPWR 12.109-12.236
REL FRP 38-39 (PSI)


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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 09-13-2012
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Do you have a tune loaded for the cai, 90% of intakes require a tune.


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How long has it been since you've replaced the fuel filter?
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