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I hafe p1128 and p1805 code,what i sell do?
P1128 is a check engine issue and P1805 in an immobilizer. The easiest way is to go to a local garage and have the computer reset (clear the codes). The immobilizer is most likely bringing up the engine code. There was probably a miscommunication between the immobilizer and the computer causing the code which then in turn "check engine". Start there...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
P1128 - Long Term Fuel Trim Multiplicative System Too Lean.
The ECM will set a code and the MIL will turn on if the long-term fuel trim value goes from 10% to 15% lean for 30 seconds during two driving cycles when the following conditions are met:
1.- Engine loads exceeds 1.8 milliseconds.
2.- Engine coolant temp. is above 158F (70C).
3.- Canister purge system is not operating.
4.- Mass air flow is less than or equal to 5.5grams per second.
5.- Engine speed is below 1000RPM.
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Posted on May 28, 2009
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