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2003 Yukon 5.3 showing bank 1 lean. All 4 plugs on the left side of the motor were carbon covered. Changed plugs and wires. O2 sensor was carbon covered and black, cleaning changed nothing.New O2 sensor changed nothing. Just had Tranny rebuilt and I noticed that the wiring harness runs right over the top of the tranny.

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I would take a close look at the MAF sensor. Cleaning or replacing it should solve your problem. Just in case you are using an oiled air filter this is the cause of the dirty MAF sensor. Stop using an oiled filter and switch back to a conventional filter. You may also have a vacuum leak downstream of the MAF sensor. Either of these problems will cause a lean condition. Clean the MAF sensor with brake cleaner or a good electronic cleaner. I suggest you remove it to give it a good cleaning. Be careful not to damage the sensor while cleaning. Check all the vacuum hoses and replace as necessary. Do them one at a time as to not get confused.

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How to find codes for check engine light on


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Long blinks Short blinks Problem
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11 5 Improper shifting to third gear (Automatic transmission)
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The only thingI can say is that there is a problem that is affecting the entire bank on one side of the engine. This automatcally eliminates things like Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor, Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) sensor, Throttle Position Sensor (TPS), Crankshaft Position Sensor (CKP) etc. because failure of these things will affect BOTH banks, not one.

I have seen things like a totally skewed upstream Oxygen sensor on one side cause misfire codes for all cylinders on one bank. It is pretty rare, but it CAN happen. This can usually be verified by graphing the O2 Sensor PIDs for both sensors and comparing the graphs.

If the scaner data should be showing SOMETHING that is not right on one side - i.e. fuel trims, injector pulse width, etc.
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P2270 O2 Sensor Signal Stuck Lean Bank 1 Sensor 2
P2271 O2 Sensor Signal Stuck Rich Bank 1 Sensor 2
P2272 O2 Sensor Signal Stuck Lean Bank 2 Sensor 2
P2273 O2 Sensor Signal Stuck Rich Bank 2 Sensor 2
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This is Bank 1 (closer to the dash panel) Sensor 2 (located after the catalytic converter).

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Note: A malfunctioning front oxygen sensor may cause fuel trim codes to set.
  1. Several Diagnostic Trouble Codes use specific terminology to refer to sensor location. The illustration and key below explain the following terms:
  2. Engine BANK Bank 1 is closer to the dash panel, (also referred to as RH or right hand). Bank 2 is closer to the radiator, (also referred to as LH or left hand).
  3. UP Refers to Sensor 1 or "front sensor". It is located closer to the exhaust manifold and before the catalytic converter.
  4. DOWN Refers to Sensor 2 or "rear sensor." It is located after the catalytic converter.
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Need more information but here is where all your O2 sensors are located
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Bank 2 Sensor 1 - Passenger side, before catalytic converter
Bank 2 Sensor 2 - Passenger side, after catalytic converter

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Lean means either low fuel pressure or big vacuum leak. Since you have no cylinder misfires I would inspect the MAF sensor first. If you installed a K/N filter the oil on it could of contaminated the MAF sensor fine wires. Or you may have a air filter that is clogged.
You can clean the MAF with brake clean being careful not to break the wires.
Or inspect for a large vacuum leak that could affect both sides.
Or if all else fails have the fuel pressure checked.

14.7.1 part air to 1 part fuel is what the computer tries to maintain
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A big vacuum leak or low fuel pressure will change this
If the computer sees a big vacuum leak it will add fuel until it cant anymore. This is when the code sets.
Same thing for low pressure. It will set the code because the engine stays lean for too long.

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I would check for vacuum leaks, maybe intake or brake booster

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