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What do these codes mean P0102,P0030,P0036 and P0443?

I recently fixed the spark plugs but now I am getting this code?

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    Beayunca Reyes de Luna May 16, 2014

    I also got another code# H025? does anyone know what it means?

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Since you replaced the plugs.. i would go back and check my repair.. Possibly you did something wrong.. like plug wires crossed, loose plugs, you disconnected or bvroke some vac lines or sensors by accident? Look at everything you did very carefully.

Posted on May 16, 2014

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Type: OBD PO443

That is how you look up codes

Spark Plugs get replaced every 3 years

Nothing to do with the codes

Would appear you don't do any Preventative Maintenance
or know when parts are due to be replaced

Vehicles have to go to the shop, even when they work okey,
to keep abreast of the data & how they are working

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SOURCE: i am getting p0030 , p0036. po102 and p0443 on my 2007 chevy uplander ,

I think the first thing I would do is clear the codes and see how many come back after you drive it.
Code 30 and 36 are for the heater circuit in the O2 sensors on bank one. I doubt it would be both sensors, so it may be a wiring problem.
Code 102 is for a low signal from the mass air flow meter which could also be a wiring problem or the sensor or a dirty air filter.
Code 443 is for a problem with the evap purge solenoid circuit which again could be a wiring problem or the solenoid.

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I think the first thing I would do is clear the codes and see how many come back after you drive it.
Code 30 and 36 are for the heater circuit in the O2 sensors on bank one. I doubt it would be both sensors, so it may be a wiring problem.
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P0036 = HO2S Heater Control Circuit (Bank 1 Sensor 2) - No. 2 Heated Oxygen sensor on bank 1

For both of these to trigger on the same bank, means most likely an Open or Short to Ground condition (somewhere on the Bank 1 circuit) stopping the HO2 sensors from reaching their working temperature.

Check the following in this order:

1) Using a multimeter, check 'continuity' of the Oxygen circuit FUSE terminals (don't rely on visual inspection alone) or replace fuse with a known good one.
2) Check for moisture getting into both oxygen sensor connector terminals (bank 1).
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3) Have both heated oxygen sensors on Bank 1 tested (ensure their values are to specification).
4) Check HO2 pin-outs of the PCM for correct voltage.

Only replace the HO2 sensors as a last resort (if out of spec).

Then engine department relay centre & fusebox location is behind the washer bottle, but I believe the HO2 sensors are connected direct to the PCM, not a relay.

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