Question about 2000 Lexus ES 300
What can cause these problems
Whats going on here is that you have a too rich fuel air mixture. This will cause your misfiring and set off the PO172 Code. Your Bank 1 O2 Sensor is picking up the too rich mixture. This O2 sensor is location on the #1 Cylinder side (so you problem could be in #1/#3/#5 Cylinder). A dirty MAF Sensor, loose plug wire, dirty/broken spark plug, dirty fuel injectors, vacuum leak, and PCV Valve could all be a cause. I would run some injector cleaner through and also clean the MAF Sensor, change your PCV Valve. This would be an easy and cheap start for you. Good luck and thanks for using FixYa!
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
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