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I getting four codes p1170,p1173,p1512 and p0171 2000 mazda mpv.

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SOURCE: p1173

It's probably a fuel pump issue. Sounds like it's not giving the engine enough fuel.

Posted on Apr 21, 2010

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Possible problem is carbon build up in intake runners..remove top intake and clean runners..

Posted on Jul 28, 2009

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I had the same problem and it happened at high speed on an Interstate Mountain (Hwy 5 from Kelowna to Meritt).... so scared but car ran fine all the way.... so hope it goes away.... I had the check engine light removed and hope it does not reappear

Posted on Aug 31, 2009

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SOURCE: I am getting a P0031, P1512, & P0421 code

P0031 - most likely pointing to a failed O2 sensor (bank 1 sensor 1 is located before the catalytic converter)

P0421 - failed catalytic converter or a failed O2 sensor

P1512 - intake manifold shutter valve is stuck - may be caused by the O2 sensor, but may not

I recommend replacing your O2 sensor first and see what happens

Posted on Sep 18, 2009

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SOURCE: I understand that dtc p1512 is very common on

Hi.

P1512 is stored when the Intake Manifold Runner Control shutter (IMRC ) valve is stuck closed.

The IMRC valve is opened by an actuator located behind the radiator, on top of valve cover.
The IMRC actuator is controlled by the PCM (main computer), and it is wired to
The actuator is connected to a 5-volt Black/Blue wire used to send the position switch voltage signal, and a Brown/White ground wire. When the IMRC actuator is closing the valves in the intake manifold, the switch should open, and the Black/Blue wire at the IMRC actuator should read 5 volts. If that does not happen, and you get the CEL, then the problem is the valve.
Repair is done testing and replacing faulty part, or replacing both valve and actuator.

About radiator fan problem, I do not think that they are related, first get rid of the shutter valve code that can have several side effects.

Also, as this is a very common problem I suggest calling Mazda and finding out if there is any cover on this repair.

Posted on Sep 06, 2010

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The air intake hose that goes from the air filter/mass airflow sensor to the throttle body they are common to crack. This air leak can cause a lean condition if that checks out ok then the issue is usually a faulty mass air flow sensor .This would need to be checked next.

Usually the actuator valve is stuck closed. These are the most common causes of the P1512 and possible causes are:
* ECT sensor malfunction.
* MAF sensor malfunction.
* IAT sensor malfunction.
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* TP sensor malfunction.
* CKP sensor malfunction
* VTCS solenoid valve malfunction.
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* VTCS shutter valve actuator stuck closed.
* Short circuit between PCM and VCTS solenoid valve.
* PCM malfunction.

I would start with the mass air flow sensor this can cause all these issues. Then the cat. This would be the next step.

I hope this helped (remember to rate and comment this answer).

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Mazda MPV 2001, code P1518 , and P1512, what is the problem?


After extensive searching and trial and error I found that the cause for the code 1518 on my mazda mpv was caused by the plastic clip that holds the linkage for the intake manifold runner had broke on the fire wall side and the linkage fell out causing the runner to stay open. It is very difficult to see. It is on the front( drivers side) of the engine below the upper intake manifold. Remove the air cleaner box and use a mirror and you can see it. Only about 6 inches long. Replace both clips while you are in there because it is a bear to get to. Check this first before you go through the other items like the egr. Inexpensive repair and my code 1518 and the one for randon miss fire went away never to return. Lots of power again. Good luck. Jim

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I've got a 95 Mazda Millenia that is flashing 7 codes, and will not shift into the highest gear.. could it be electrical.. A sensor codes are Po400 p1521 p1522 po740 po730 p1173 p1170. several days ago, I...


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1522 is VRIS Solenoid '2 Circuit
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1170 is HO2S Bank 1 Sensor 1 Circuit Fixed (Bank 1 Sensor 1)
You know straight away which codes to ignore and which one is causing the problem when you read them off. If in order, EGR we can ignore. The solenoids will not work with no Torque convertor pressure. Start there.

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P1173


It's probably a fuel pump issue. Sounds like it's not giving the engine enough fuel.

Apr 21, 2010 | 2001 Mazda MPV

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I am getting a P0031, P1512, & P0421 code


P0031 - most likely pointing to a failed O2 sensor (bank 1 sensor 1 is located before the catalytic converter)

P0421 - failed catalytic converter or a failed O2 sensor

P1512 - intake manifold shutter valve is stuck - may be caused by the O2 sensor, but may not

I recommend replacing your O2 sensor first and see what happens

Sep 18, 2009 | 2001 Mazda MPV

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Mazda mpv 2000


Possible problem is carbon build up in intake runners..remove top intake and clean runners..

Jun 19, 2009 | 2000 Mazda MPV

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P1512 fault code on mazda mpv 2000


I had the same problem and it happened at high speed on an Interstate Mountain (Hwy 5 from Kelowna to Meritt).... so scared but car ran fine all the way.... so hope it goes away.... I had the check engine light removed and hope it does not reappear

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