Question about 1999 Toyota Camry
I have codes P0125 and P1135 come up. I know where P1135 is (it is in the back of the engine), but i am going to try and replace the ECT sensor first to see if that corrects the problem. I need to first figure out where the ECT sensor is... If you can be very detailed in your answer that would be MOST appreciative. PLEASE REMEMBER THIS IS A V6 - not a 4 cylinder. Thank you. Thank you for all your help!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
P0125- Engine not reaching operation temp quick enough. Possible problems:
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
SOURCE: E-Check Light P0125 and
Air/Fuel Sensors are mounted upstream of the catalytic converter. They are located on the exhaust manifold side of the catalytic converter (pre-converter - Sensors 1). Oxygen Sensors are mounted downstream of the catalytic converter (post-converter - Sensors 2). The catalytic converter has two chambers (left and right). Bank1 is left, drivers side. Bank2 is right, passengers side. The Bank2 Sensor1 sensor (Air/Fuel Sensor) is the one located on the 'right and ahead' of the converter. The PowerTrain Control Module (PCM) is reporting that the heater or circuit ( wiring / plug-in) of the sensor is malfunctioning.
Posted on Jan 31, 2011
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