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What does the 44 code mean on a 95 gmc 5.7 tbi truck

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HI. This is an indication of a lean mixture as indicated by the oxygen sensor readings. 44 Code

The ECM supplies a voltage of about .45 volts between the appropriate terminals of the sensor. (If measured with a ten meg-ohm DVM, this may read as low as .32 volt). The O2 sensor varies the voltage within a range of about one volt, if the exhaust is rich, down to about .10 volt, if exhaust is lean. The sensor is like an open circuit and produces no voltage, when it is below about 360 degrees C., 600 degree F. An open sensor circuit or a cold sensor circuit causes Open Loop operation.

A Code 44 is set when the O2 sensor signal voltage remains below .3 volts for 50 seconds or more and the system is operating in "closed loop".

Possible Causes:


1. O2 sensor wire - Sensor pigtail may be mispositioned and contacting the exhaust manifold.

2. Check for an intermittent ground wire between connector and sensor.

3. Poor ECM to engine block ground.

4. MAF Sensor - A MAF sensor that causes the ECM to sense a lower than normal airflow will cause the system to go lean. Disconnect the MAF sensor. If the lean condition is gone then replace the MAF sensor.

5. Vacuum leaks can cause a lean condition and/or possibly a high idle. Check for cracked hoses a bad gasket or a faulty EGR or PCV Valve.

6. Fuel pressure - system will go lean, if pressure is too low. It may be necessary to monitor fuel pressure while driving the car at various road speeds and/or loads to confirm.

7. Clogged injector or lean injector - perform an injector balance test.


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Code 44
oxygen sensor detecting lean exhaust

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