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P0172 05 Corolla

All 4 plugs dark, tip in hesitation, MAF has been cleaned (reads 4.2 g/s @ idle, O2 reading basically flat line / low voltage

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    Richard Price May 11, 2014

    Also long term fuel trim is -45%

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Http://engine-codes.com/p0172_toyota.html I would replace the front O2 sensor by what I just read on your post. The site I posted will give you more info if you want.

Posted on May 11, 2014

Testimonial: "FT o2 already replaced, no change"

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  • Richard Price
    Richard Price May 11, 2014

    ft O2 already replaced, problem not changed

  • Richard Price
    Richard Price May 11, 2014

    can a partially restricted converter cause this???

  • Steven's Electronics
    Steven's Electronics May 11, 2014

    yes it can.

  • Richard Price
    Richard Price May 21, 2014

    fyi, mass air flow sensor corrected this concerrn

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