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Gas smell inside car, wont start peoguot 307

Anti pollution fault, P0134/ upstream oxygen sensor, P0135/ 02 sensor heater circuit (front).

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SOURCE: 307 fuel fault blocked filter and pollution fault on dash HELP

Try disconnecting your battery , this should reboot it and remove the code .

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SOURCE: changing an anti pollution filter on a peugeot 307

Its located under bonnet,look for plastic housing rear of engine on inner baulkhed
Release 2 locating fixings,and pull out old filter.good luck barry.

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SOURCE: my car says 'anti pollution fault' when I start it

If you drive your car more likely for short distances then engine will not get hot enough to start the regenerating process to clean the cloged particulate filter resulting in a antipollution fault.

Drive your car to a motorway or empty dual carriage way (best in nights). The temperature meter should be showing above 60°C when you begin with this process. Place 3rd gear and drive your car at 3000-3500 rev /min for 15 to 20 minutes to let the ecu to kick the regeneration process. Keep driving car for 15 minutes in this state will be enough to clean your catalytic converter and your problem will be solved. But if it doesn't then the problem is with your catalytic converter and more probabily you need to change it.

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fill up with 98 octane petrol

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In the left rear side of the car, just in the front of the left rear wheel, is placed the anti pollution fluid (Eolys 176) reservoir. Remove and refill the reservoir.

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ANTI POLLUTION FAULT IN PEUGOUT 307 307 XS


engine ecu has fault codes to be read

several parts and sensors cover anti polution problems

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Nov 01, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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I am getting codes p0141 and p0134, and I have replaced the sensor 1 upstream already


P0141 Heated o2 sensor. P0134 Heater 02 sensor circuit, These 02 sensor has a fuse in the engine junction box listed as IGN 1. This supplies 12volts to the heater circuit, check to make sure its not a open fuse. If you already replaced the sensors make sure you clear the code. or it will stay in memory.

Apr 13, 2012 | 2003 Pontiac Montana

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I have a 1996 honda passport V6, the car was scanned and found code p0134. the car runs but after a few minutes of warming the car stalls and backfires runs terrible what can cause those type of problems


This code refers to the front oxygen sensor on Bank 1. Basically the oxygen sensor is inactive.

DTC P0134 - 02 Sensor Circuit No Activity Detected (Bank I Sensor 1)

The powertrain control module (PCM) provides a baseline voltage of about 450 mV on the oxygen sensor signal circuit. When cold, the PCM detects the the internal resistance of the sensor is high. As the sensor warms up the resistance is lowered and it starts producing voltage based on the oxygen content in the exhaust. When the PCM determines that the time it took for the sensor to warm up is greater than one minute or that the voltage is inactive (not reading outside 391-491 mV it views the sensor as inactive or open and sets the P0134 code.

Potential Symptoms: One or more of the following may occur:
* Check engine light illumination
* Poorly running/engine missing
* Blowing black smoke
* Poor fuel economy
* Dying, stuttering

Causes: A code P0134 may mean that one or more of the following has happened:
* Bad O2 (oxygen) sensor
* Bad heater circuit in the O2 sensor
* Wiring or connector to the sensor frayed / broken
* Blown heater circuit fuse
* Holes in the exhaust system
* PCM failure

Possible Solutions: The most common fix is to replace the oxygen sensor. But that doesn't rule out the possibility of:
* Rusted exhaust pipe
* Inspect wiring & connector(s) for problems
* Excessive amperage blowing heater fuse (still requires replacement of sensor but also replacement of blown fuse)
* Replace PCM (only as last resort after all other possibilities are covered.


Hope helps (remember rated and comment this).

Jul 15, 2010 | 1996 Honda Passport

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Need a new po135 - 02 heater circuit


UPSTREAM OXYGEN SENSOR
The oxygen sensor is installed in the exhaust manifold Upstream Heated Oxygen Sensor - 2.4L. or Upstream Heated Oxygen Sensor - 3.0L. or Upstream Heated Oxygen Sensor - 3.3/3.8L .

CAUTION: Do not pull on the oxygen sensor wire when unplugging the electrical connector.

WARNING: THE EXHAUST MANIFOLD AND CATALYTIC CONVERTER MAY BE EXTREMELY HOT. USE CARE WHEN SERVICING THE OXYGEN SENSOR.

REMOVAL
Raise and support vehicle.
Unplug oxygen sensor electrical connector.
Use a socket such as Snap-On YA8875 or equivalent to remove sensor.
When the sensor is removed, the exhaust manifold threads must be cleaned with an 18 mm X 1.5 + 6E tap. If using original sensor, coat the threads with Loctite 771-64 anti-seize compound or equivalent.
INSTALLATION
Reverse removal procedure to install a new sensor
New sensors are packaged with compound on the threads and no additional compound is required. The sensor must be tightened to 27 N·m (20 ft. lbs.) torque

Jul 12, 2010 | 2003 Dodge Grand Caravan AWD

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Fault code 0134


P0134 Oxygen Sensor Circuit No Activity Detected (Bank 1 Sensor 1)
Check wiring to Oxygen sensor.

Apr 22, 2010 | 1992 Land Rover Range Rover

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Pluged in modis scanner to my range rover p38 it gave code 134 injection begin/slide position sensor does any body know what this is thanks


P0134 - 02 Sensor Circuit No Activity Detected (Bank I Sensor 1)

This code refers to the front oxygen sensor on Bank 1. Basically the oxygen sensor is inactive. Here's why:

The powertrain control module (PCM) provides a baseline voltage of about 450 mV on the oxygen sensor signal circuit. When cold, the PCM detects the internal resistance of the sensor is high. As the sensor warms up the resistance is lowered and it starts producing voltage based on the oxygen content in the exhaust. When the PCM determines that the time it took for the sensor to warm up is greater than one minute or that the voltage is inactive (not reading outside 391-491 mV it views the sensor as inactive or open and sets the P0134 code.

A code P0134 may mean that one or more of the following has happened:
•Bad O2 (oxygen) sensor
•Bad heater circuit in the O2 sensor
•Wiring or connector to the sensor frayed / broken
•Blown heater circuit fuse
•Holes in the exhaust system
•PCM failure

The most common fix is to replace the oxygen sensor. But that doesn't rule out the possibility of:
•Rusted exhaust pipe
•Inspect wiring & connector(s) for problems
•Excessive amperage blowing heater fuse (still requires replacement of sensor but also replacement of blown fuse)
•Replace PCM (only as last resort after all other possibilities are covered.

Mar 02, 2010 | 1997 Land Rover Range Rover

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Had local part store pull code. O2S heater CKT malfunction 1/1


This fault indicates a problem in the oxygen sensor heater circuit, bank 1 sensor 1.
Your vehicle is equiped with four oxygen sensors total. Two upstream and two after the catalytic conveter that monitor emissions and converter effeciency. The front sensor on the left (drivers side) bank requires replacement. The heaters are used to bring the sensor up to operating temperature sooner.

Feb 25, 2010 | 2002 Toyota Tundra

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I have a 2003 3.0 engine Honda Accord that is giving me trouble codes P2197 P0154 P2254, what do these mean? Thank you.


Here it goes.
P2197 - Front Air Fuel Sensor (O2 sensor) Bank 2 - Sensor 1 Signal stuck lean.

P0154 - Front Air Fuel Sensor (O2 Sensor) Bank 2 - Sensor 1 Heater System Malfunction.

P2254 - Front AIr Fuel Sensor (O2 Sensor) VS Line high voltage.

IF Trouble codes P0134 or P0154 are present diagnose them before code P2254.

The first thing I would do would be check the heater circuit. You will have ground, and 12V+ to the 02 sensor heater line on a cold start. This heats up the oxygen quicker and allows it to operate in the correct amount of time. 9/10 times if there is a heater circuit code it is the oxygen sensor. But 1/10 times it is a blown fuse. So checking the voltage at the sensor is a quick test for P0154.

I would backprobe the signal line when the vehicle is at a full operating temp with a graphing meter (if avail) or use a DVOM. You should see it switch between .1 volts to 1V. It should not continuously move up and down. This indicates the computer is in good fuel control.

Diaginosis the heater circuit first is best because code P2197 can be set from anything that can cause that motor to run lean. (Plugged fuel filter, low fuel pressure/volume, vacume leak).

Hope this gives you a solid path to go on & good luck.

Nov 16, 2009 | 2003 Honda Accord

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I went to the inspection station and they failed my car for this diagnostic problem p0134 which makes the check engine light come on


A code P0134 may mean that one or more of the following has happened:
  • Bad O2 (oxygen) sensor
  • Bad heater circuit in the O2 sensor
  • Wiring or connector to the sensor frayed / broken
  • Blown heater circuit fuse
  • Holes in the exhaust system
  • PCM failure
The most common fix is to replace the oxygen sensor (O2 sensor). But that doesn't rule out the possibility of:
  • Rusted exhaust pipe
  • Inspect wiring & connector(s) for problems
  • Excessive amperage blowing heater fuse (still requires replacement of sensor but also replacement of blown fuse)
  • Replace PCM (only as last resort after all other possibilities are covered.
If you go to Auto Zone, you can pick up the O2 sensor and they can give you the step by step instruction to replacing the upstream O2 sensor. "before the catalytic" If you don't have a O2 sensor socket, Auto Zone has that as a loner tool or you can buy one for around $8.99. But your better off using the loner tool and can replace the O2 sensor your self there in about 30 min, could be quicker but the engine may still be to hot to work on. Good luck

Oct 28, 2009 | 2003 Mitsubishi Galant

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EMISSION FAIL CODES PRESENT P0155


P0155 - Heated Oxygen Sensor Heater Circuit (bank 2, sensor 1)

bank 2 sensor 1 (front, driver side) o2 sensor needs to be replaced

Oct 15, 2008 | Mitsubishi Montero Cars & Trucks

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