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Engine light.......

So my 98 GT has a code about lean bank 2. The garage cant seem to figure it out. Its not a O2 code, their machine is pointing to a fuel issue. I have good pressure, and it doesnt have dual rails. I did look for a vacuum leak, but didnt find any, also cleaned the MAF with cleaner. Im losing power, but it idles perfect and revs very nice, just lack of power. Any ideas on what i should look at or try? The injectors are only a few thousand miles old, and the intake is clean. I tried it without the CAI cone, thinking the oil might be playing hell on a sensor. Im at a loss.

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oh and the catalytic converters are fairly new as well.

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Does the car use oil?

Are there any exhaust leaks especially around the EGR value/pipe?

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was the down flow passenger side 02 sensor. was new, but guess being removed and put back on with the new exhaust did dmg somehow. Fixed and running great again. ty
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