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Am getting a trouble code p1135 telling me it is a manufacture controlled fuel air metering code. what is this code and what could be the problem

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Code p1135 = Air-Fuel Sensor Heater Circuit Response Malfunction

This error indicates a failure of his sensor which provided the problem is not caused by bad wiring will need to be replaced. The sensor itself is located in the exhaust manifold near the center.

Cost of the part from a dealer is around $200.

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Did you check the o2 sensor ?this could be the problem and check the wires too. i hope solve you problem oh dont forget to rate my answer

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P1135 bank 1 sensor 1 is your air/fuel sensor upstream (between manifold and engine on the passenger side). It cost about $179 at most reputable auto parts store. You'll want to run the engine for two minutes before attempting to take off the nuts also be careful not to touch the manifold as it will be hot (use a 12mm box end wrench and or a pair of needle nose vise grips or lastly a dremel tool to grind them off). unplug the old sensor plug the new in and install. pull your positive cable off your battery for 5 minutes and then re-connect. your check engine light should be gone. allow your truck to idle for a few minutes and then take a drive. good luck!

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this means that this setting is set at the factory and cannot be adjusted in any way.This problem is going to have to be handled by a factory approved Toyota repair shop or a dealer.

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