Question about 2001 Dodge Intrepid
These codes showed up after, I replaced the battery and alternator with news ones. The battery light will not turn off. Can someone assist with these codes P1684= manufacturer control auxiliary inputs auxiliary outputs, P0622= generator F-term. field control , P0403= EGR flow circuit malfunction, P0134= 02 sensor CKT activity (bank 1 sensor 1). These are the explanations; however, I don't know how to fix this. Can someone please assist? I thank you in advanced for your time.
My guess is you may have wired something up wrong, or installed a faulty part. Either that or forgot to plug something back in while you were putting it back together. In other words replacing a battery and alternator shouldn't cause the oxygen sensor to go bad. So my suggestion is to check all plugs and wires to make absolutely certain everything is put back together correctly before you sink more money into fixing what's not broken. Haynes repair manuals list all the engine fault codes so for everyone else reading this, if you get codes check your manual or head to the library to look it up in theirs.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is suggested that you always start with first code first. not knowing what code came first, and my experience with Dodge. i have found that them symptoms resemble a map,sensor/check vacuum hose and vacuum.
Posted on Apr 06, 2010
SOURCE: P0134 Error Code
The code refers to an oxygen sensor that is no longer detecting changes in fuel delivery by way of sensing exhaust oxygen content. Bank 1, sensor 1, tells you which sensor is bad, in this case, it's the sensor that is mounted before the catalytic converter, on the rear bank of cylinders as you look into the engine compartment. It would really be a good idea to change both pre-cat O2 sensors at this point as they are both twelve years old.
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
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