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P1128 and p1129 codes dodge ram

Changed O2 sensors about 2 month ago and codes have been there ever since

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Could be just the sensor, could be a bad fuse, or could be bad wiring. Change the sensor, check the fuse, and check wiring, or reverse order.

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P0138 is code for o2 sensor Bank 1 Sensor 2. This sensor is the one behind the cat on the side of the engine that contains cylinder No 1.

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SOURCE: how do i locate o2 sensor on 2003 dodge ram 1500

Which one? They are in the exhaust pipes under the truck. Only wires going to the exhaust.

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2006 Dodge Ram 1500 code p1128 and p1129


The prevalent cause is the fouling of the O2 sensors in the exhaust pipe and the catalytic convertor(s). This usually caused by the fuel not burning correctly in the combustion chamber. And this can be caused by: bad/no spark in combustion chamber due to weak plugs or electrical going plug coil packs; partially plugged fuel injectors and result being too much un aspirated fuel entering the combustion chamber; bad or old fuel, improper fuel octane for engine.

Suggest you fuel up asap with PREMIUM fuel (for 1 tank) and 1 can super concentrated injector cleaner for next 2 tanks. Check air filter clean. Check air intact air analyser sensor wire is clean, pull the plugs and check condition and gap, replace them if fouled or worn.

Oct 14, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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CODES P0300, P1128


po300 is random miss fire doubtful two O2 sensors bad at one time most likely coolant temp sensor is bad causing engine to run rich this will cause O2 sensors to throw a code(thats what they are there for..exhaust gas temp. and raw fuel) running rich will also fowl spark plugs(=miss fire) P1128 ??

Mar 20, 2013 | 2006 Jeep Liberty

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I have these codes coming up on my 2005 Dodge Ram. 5.7 liter motor: P0406 P2096 P0137 P2299 Thank you.


code #0406 = egr position sensor circuit high ( stuck egr valve or bad egr sensor most likely sensor )

code #2096 = downstream fuel trim system lean ( see next code )

code #0137 = O2 sensor bank 1 sensor 2 circuit low ( replace rear O2 sensor driver side )

code #2299 = brake peddle position/accelerator pedal position incompatible. ( hav you been power braking this truck? ) ( brake light was on wile accelerator was being pushed )

Mar 17, 2011 | 2005 Dodge Ram

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Have error codes 1128 and 1129 what causes these codes


P1128 - Closed Loop Fueling Not Achieved - Bank 1
P1129 - Closed Loop Fueling Not Achieved - Bank 2
Found for 2007 Dodge Ram 1500 5.7L

Feb 09, 2011 | 2007 Dodge Ram Truck

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What do the codes 1128, 1129, 1133, and 1134 mean on my Porsche Boxter 2001?


code P1128 02 sensor bank 1 lean
code P1129 02 sensor bank 1 lean to limit
code P1133 02 sensor bank 2 lean
code P1134 02 sensor bank 2 lean to limit

fuel system is lean.

Jan 29, 2011 | 2001 Porsche Boxster

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I have 99 deville,about a month ago it started missing and backfiring,it starts good and runs fine in park,as soon as u put it gear and give it some gas it chugs and misses.ive had hooked up to three...


Firstly, It might be an Idea, only, that you could change the O2 Sensor...Only an idea right now.
You could also have a look at this site I found..
http://www.audizine.com/forum/showthread.php/391877-P0300-Multiple-misfire-P1128-Upstream-Heated-o2-sensor-swapped-(Pending)
I had similar problems with my Jag Xk8, also could not be fixed....Had all sensor's change and is still working fine...
Hope this helps..

Oct 22, 2010 | 1999 Cadillac DeVille

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Trouble code 1997 Hyundai Elantra, P1128


P1128 trouble code is for (Upstream Heated O2 Sensors Swapped). Did you switch around any of the O2 sensors?

Apr 24, 2010 | 1997 Hyundai Elantra

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P1128 code on 2000 hyuandai accent


I did some research because the P1128 is an odd code for Hyundai and I couldnt find a lot of information on it, but I found two things that may help and neither point to the fuel pump.

1. P1128 in Hyundai refers to the Mass Airflow Sensor or MAF being defective.
2. There is a TSB from Hyundai, TSB 01-36-022, but I wasnt able to ascertain if that was a specific TSB for the MAF or if it was information on how to test the MAF or some other information.

P1124 seems to be a related code as well but I could find little on it. P1124 in a Subaru is an issue with the Throttle Position Sensor or TPS, but I could not confirm that for Hyundai.

My first suggestion would be to check your air filter and if it has not been changed in a while or is really dirty, then change it as a restriction in air flow might be mistaken by the computer as a problem with the MAF.

Jan 02, 2009 | 2000 Hyundai Accent

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