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 Code p119d fix?

 Created by: pabloestevez
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Feb 11, 2021 04:14AM kenatminimania  
Feb 10, 2021 12:58PM pabloestevez  
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 Posted: Feb 11, 2021 04:14AM
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It's troubling when the MINI dealer service department was unable to identify the problem...

What are the symptoms - any running issues?
Did the problem appear when the upgrades were installed?
How many miles on the car?

P119D Fuel trim, Injector aging long term adaptation too high (Bank 1)
The diagnostic function monitors the mixture correction required to dial in the specified lambda

The fault is recognized when the mixture correction rises above or falls below a fault threshold owing to the long-term adaptation value.

Potential problem source(s):
- Collateral fault caused by malfunction in mixture

 Posted: Feb 10, 2021 12:58PM
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Hello everyone,

First time using this forum, basically i have a 2012 mini cooper s, r56 with a n18 engine, stage two tune with supporting mods. So far i've changed the top o2 sensor myself. Took it to a mini dealer 2 months ago when i first got it and they said it was a oil leak and burnt valve gasket and cover, i quickly learned they knew nothing about what they were talking about and were trying to rip me off. They restarted the ecu erasing my tune and then i got my money back plus the cost of the tune. In hopes to never have to go to a dealer I'm hoping someone here can help me get the to bottom of the problem.