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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if sensor indicates lean check the fuel trim if long term fuel trim is above +7 them test sensor with a piko lab scope or watch scan data and create a rich condtion by snping the throttle wide open and watch the sensor if it start to read around 700to 900mv its ok, then create a vacume leak and the sensor should read 100to 300mv i your sensor is in this range quickly its good with in 1to2 sec.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
Code P0340 is a camshaft position sensor CIRCUIT fault. This means it can be a bad sensor, wiring fault (loose connector, short, open), or even a bad PCM. Since you've already changed the camshaft position sensor you've eliminated that possibility. It's time to do some electrical troubleshooting. That, of course, depends upon your skill set for this type of work and equipment (mostly a good dmm and schematics). If you're not equipped for this then you'll likely have to seek assistance from a local shop.
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Posted on Jun 30, 2009
Hi.. On your question the definition of the codes are:
P0171, System to lean ( Fuel trim)
P1130, Air / Fuel sensor circuit range ? performance malfuntion This code is exclusive california Emissions). Oxigen sensor Performance malfuntion.
The first step you need to do is Check the Oxigen ( O2 sensor)
Connections The front and the rear one.
Check the condition of the Air filter Replace if need.
Check Spark plug Replace if need.
Check Fuel condition, Replace fuel filter if need.
And Clear the Codes if averything is good.
If the code P1130 return Replace the Air fuel ratio sensor..
Ok.. I hope this help on your question. If need more info letme know.
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Posted on Jul 26, 2009
i don't see a code in your question. be that as it may if you are in the states you can go to an autozone and they will scan the codes for free
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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