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I have a 2002 Blazer and it is hard to start we replaced fuel pump,fuel filter,crank sensor unit , oil line ,oil pressure Gage, did Tune -up Rotor button ,rotor cap wires spark plugs


by not running the fault codes first , you have missed the real faulty sensor that is causing the problem
nothing of what you replaced is linked to hard starting, like , ambient temp sensor ( used to report the air temp for the setting of the rich mixture need for starting)
baro sensor ( used for reporting the air density used to set the mixture setting
Maf/ Vaf sensors ( again used for mixture settings)
heated oxygen sensors ( used to adjust the gas composition by reporting the results to the ECM

May 06, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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FAULT CODE IDENTIFICATION TABLE - VMACIII - 1998 & NEWER
1-1 Engine Oil Pressure Sensor
1-2 Barometric Pressure Sensor
1-3 Fuel Temperature Sensor
1-4 Ambient Air Temp Sensor
1-6 Starter Input
1-7 Engine Coolant Level
1-8 (ASET CEGR) Estimated % Fan Speed
1-10 Aux. Cooling Relay Output
2-1 Engine Coolant Temp Sensor
2-2 (ASET IEGR) Boost Air Pressure Sensor
2-2 (ASET CEGR) Boost Air Pressure
2-3 Intake Air Temp Sensor
2-4 Trans Oil Temp Sensor
2-5 Front Drive Axle Oil Temp Sensor
2-6 Rear Drive Axle Oil Temp Sensor
2-7 Engine Oil Temp Sensor
2-8 (ASET CEGR) Combustion Air Temperature
2-9 (ASET CEGR) Combustion Air Temp Sensor
3-1 Exhaust Temperature Sensor
3-2 Engine Speed Sensor
3-3 Redundant Engine Speed
3-4 Engine Position Sensor
3-5 Engine Brake Output #1
3-6 Engine Brake Output #2
3-8 Trans Splitter Position
3-10 (ASET CEGR) Engine Brake Output #3
4-1 Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS)
4-2 Fan Clutch Output
4-3 Auxiliary Output #1
4-4 Auxiliary Output #2
4-5 (ASET IEGR) Wastegate Output
4-5 (ASET CEGR) VTG Position Sensor
4-6 Tachometer Output
4-7 Speedometer Output
4-8 Customer Defined Statement
4-9 (ASET CEGR) EGR Valve Mechanism
5-1 Throttle Position Sensor
5-2 Throttle Position Sensor Reference Voltage
5-3 Engine Shutdown Lamp/Alarm
5-5 Electronic Malfunction Lamp
5-6 Spare Relay #3
5-7 Engine Oil Level
5-8 (ASET CEGR) EGR Temperature
5-9 (ASET CEGR) EGR Mass Flow
6-1 Fuel Level
6-2 (ASET CEGR) Turbocharger Speed
6-3 J1708/J1587 Link
6-4 J1939 Link
6-5 All Communication Lost - Engine Shutdown
6-6 Fuel Control Module
6-7 Power Relay
6-8 J1939 Link
6-9 Other ECU Affecting Operation
7-1 Service Brake Switch
7-2 Parking Brake Switch
7-3 Speed Control SET Switch
7-4 Speed Control RESUME Switch
7-5 Battery / Alternator Voltage
7-6 Switched Voltage
7-7 Exhaust Temp Reference
7-9 VTG Actuator
8-1 Electronic Unit Pump #1
8-2 Electronic Unit Pump #2
8-3 Electronic Unit Pump #3
8-4 Electronic Unit Pump #4
8-5 Electronic Unit Pump #5
8-6 Electronic Unit Pump #6
8-9 Solenoid Boost Voltage
9-1 Transport Protocol
9-2 Power Reset Without Key Switch
9-3 (ASET CEGR) Aftercooler Outlet Temperature
9-5 (ASET CEGR) Compressor Discharge Temp
9-8 (ASET CEGR) Auxiliary Output Device #1
9-9 (ASET CEGR) Auxiliary Output Device #2
9-10 (ASET CEGR) Auxiliary Output Device #3
10-1 (ASET CEGR) Internal Sensor Voltage
10-2 (ASET CEGR) 5 Bolt Supply
10-3 (ASET CEGR) Sensor Supply Voltage #1
10-4 (ASET CEGR) Sensor Supply Voltage #2
10-5 (ASET CEGR) Fuel Filter Differential Pressure
10-6 (ASET CEGR) Fuel Delivery Pressure
10-7 (ASET CEGR) Odometer Save Area Failure
10-8 (ASET CEGR) GPS Position Data Not Received
10-9 (ASET CEGR) Watchdog Timer Reset


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on Dec 20, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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My 2004 jaguar will not start gives me the following codes P1611, P1396, P1384, P0405


I can tell you upfront you must check your variable valve timing solenoids..codes p1396 and 1384 as for code po197/198 thats your engine oil temp sensor.po102 check your mass air flow meter connection right behind the air filter housing where the air duct elbow is located.The sensor could be bad.p0112 intake air temp sensor code.ok the p1224 is the throttle postion control sensor.make sure your battery is good...seems like these codes are related to low voltage also...but 1st make sure your fix that oil leak.

Apr 01, 2014 | 2009 Jaguar XJ-Series

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I have a04 mazda tribute that falls on its face and not driveable.no codes but in meory has P2197and i hear like a vacum leak from front exhaust convertor do u think front convertor could be clogged not...


no i dont believe its the converter the code is a maf mass air flow sensor that is causing the problem check air filter and hose connections for loose connections also air filter should probally be replaced if its been more then 6 months old if it was a converter it would have a code like p0420 or p0430 or p0197 but then that is not always the root cause of those codes either

May 20, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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No oil tempature


Check the oil temp sensor and its wire harness, you might have a loose connection or a short in the wiring, if not then replace the oil temp sensor, it's a fairly inexpensive part to replace.

Mar 22, 2013 | Isuzu Trooper Cars & Trucks

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Civic deisal 1.7tdci 2003, fault code p1095, runs fine when you rev but when you put your foot down, feals like fuel starvation issue and managment system shuts car down, new injector pump £1400....


PO195 is oil temp sensor malfunction reason car has no power is a fail safe comp is getting oil temp false reading as a protection feature engine will run in safe mode oil temp reads normal range engine failure can result from oil temp very high that will cause the oil to boil and not be able to lubricate engine boiled oil is same as using water

if the engine temp is ok test the wire to oil sensor for power and ground for the switch if power ground replace the oil temp sensor

hope this helped you

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Jan 18, 2011 | 2005 Honda Civic

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Codepoo75


The air sensor is in the air mass sensor just after the air filter

svs

Aug 23, 2009 | 2004 Porsche Cayenne

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Code PO118 chevy blazer 2002,after intake gasket replacement


hi john , sure sounds like you may have unplugged the coolant temp sensor or didn't get a good connection at the sensor , location , in between two exhaust ports on the side of the engine that has the oil fill and pcv .

J5

Jan 27, 2009 | 2002 Chevrolet Blazer

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