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Xtype 3.0. 50k miles. get constant PO171 and PO174, cruise unavailable. New fuel filter. Flushed injectors. tested for vacuum leaks at MAF and TB. Seems to be triggered by moisture, not sure where to look next. Can run fine for long periods, then bam, Max engine speed reduced... feather the throttle a few times, pops check engine, clears and then runs fine. Always PO171 and 174. Any ideas?

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P0171 and P0174 are both lean fuel mixture codes, one is cylinder bank one and the other is cylinder bank two. This means means you have a common lean fuel condition for the engine when both cylinder banks set this code, this is NOT and indication the O2 sensors are defective. here is a list of the possible causes, each must be checked, it requires special tools that include live data scanner tool and fuel pressure testing equipment, with these code i do not advise guessing, the dealer should get involved in this or a trusted outside shop than has Jaguar testing equipment.
Common Problems:

Common Misdiagnosis:

The Basics:

Combustion engines operate by burning an air/fuel mixture of about 14.7/1 (14.7 parts air/1 part fuel). When the air ratio goes above 14.7 parts, this is called a “lean” mixture, and if the air drops below 14.7 parts it is called a “rich” mixture.

Lean Mixture = Too much air, not enough fuel
Rich Mixture = Too much fuel, not enough air

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I have a 2000 Cadillac Deville with 180k miles. I've been getting P0171 and a P0174 code. Yet there is no vacuum leaks. I replaced the MAF and still its idles rough once it heats up. Any suggestions?


Have you not Googled the Codes PO171 & PO174
to learn the problem ?

I would suspect you never changed the front O2 Sensors
at 100,000 miles & they both have now failed

The MAF shouldn't have been the issue

You may also have converters that are worn out
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Are you changing Spark Plugs every 3 years ?

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Air filter cover tight?
All intake ducting tight?
Clean MAF Sensor.--CRC MAF Cleaner
Fuel Pressure Regulator?
EVAP Purge Valve-stuck open?
Vacuum leaks?
EGR System-issues?

Seems your getting a lean O2 Code,because it is trying to correct for a rich condition,as you said.

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That could be a bad MAF sensor, check to see if its dirty. That could also be a engine vacuum leak check to see if you have a sucking air sound. If its a dirty MAF you can spray it with electronics cleaner. If you don't find any vacuum leaks and the MAF isn't dirty/ bad then check for restricted fuel filter, weak fuel pump, or dirty injectors. Start with trying to clean the MAF and check for vacuum leaks.

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Code PO171- Lean mix of Bank 1.
Code PO174- Lean mix of Bank 2.

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Clean the the MAF sensor with MAF cleaner, which you can pick up at any Auto parts store and also pick up a bottle of fuel injector cleaner. Good luck and hope this helps.

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DIAGNOSTIC CODES


Here are the possible causes for the PO171 and PO174 codes:


  • Base engine mechanical problem affecting one or more cylinders
  • Check for air leaks after the MAF sensor
  • Check for air leaks in the Air Induction system (e.g., in the intake manifold)
  • Check for air leaks in the EGR system and in its related hoses and/or valve
  • Check for air leaks in the PCV system and in its related hoses and/or valve
  • Fuel control sensor is out of calibration (e.g., ECT, IAT or MAP)
  • Fuel delivery system supplying too little fuel during cruise or idle periods (e.g., faulty fuel pump or dirty, restricted fuel filter)
  • Fuel injector (one or more) dirty or pressure regulator has failed
  • HO2S has failed (it may be contaminated with fuel, silicone or water)
  • Vehicle driven low on fuel or until it ran completely out of fuel

Please let me know if this information is helpful. Positive feedback is appreciated. Thank You!

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