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I have check light on the code they provide me was p1195 the mechanic said is the EGR we changed the egr but light is still on can u help please. thank u

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Of you changed EGR you need to have computer reset - they don't reset themselves.

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What to look for with a obd2 code p1195


p1195 which is egr malfunction. it could be clogged with excessive carbon. well thats what my obd II reader said "egr restriction" exactly.

May 19, 2014 | 1998 Mazda Protege

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What to look for with a obd2 code p1195 on 98 mazda 1.5 protege


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P1195 = EGR (exhaust gas recirculation valve) Boost Sensor Circuit Check the sensor and the wiring/connections to it.

Mazda's also had issues with the vacuum lines to the EGR valve and the ports in the throttle body plugging up! I think some models even had a recall so it may be worth checking with your local Mazda dealer or have your father or you check online for Tech service bulletins and recalls for Mazda!

May 19, 2014 | 1999 Mercury Cougar

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I believe I need a tune up on my 96 Mazda protege' I put it up on a computer and it comes up with code p1195, would a tune up correct the problem? or is it something else that could be wrong/


P1195 SCP HBCC Failed To Initialize is for barometric pressure circuit, ( boost/map sensor circuit malfunction ) found in
memory.

1.Monitor boost / map sensor voltage readings using the NGS tester and
confirm reading are within specifications. also monitor the sensor
after a hot start to confirm that sensor reading change when EGR boost
sensor solenoid swithes OFF to ON to OFF, when the system is
functioning normaly the the test will only occur once, but if there
is no change in reading due to no opening, closing or blockage of
the solenoid ports, EGR valve port,or within the connecting hoses
the PCM will repeat this test three times. But this does not mean
solenoid doesn't stick occasionally.
2.Inspect boost sensor hoses for water.
3.Inspect boost sensor solenoid for leakage, blockage and/or sticking
caused by rust build-up.
4 Inspect EGR valve "hose" port for blockage.
5.Replace boost sensor if sensor was produced before November 96.
Sensor can be identified by stamped (not molded) in 4 digit code on
the top of the sensor.

Jul 23, 2011 | 1996 Mazda Protege

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Mazda Protege - 1998 DX 1.5 automatic I got a check engine light ON with P1195 code. What do I need to fix this?


P1195 = EGR (exhaust gas recirculation valve) Boost Sensor Circuit Check the sensor and the wiring/connections to it.


Mazda's also had issues with the vacuum lines to the EGR valve and the ports in the throttle body plugging up! I think some models even had a recall so it may be worth checking with your local Mazda dealer or have your father or you check online for Tech service bulletins and recalls for Mazda!

Apr 14, 2011 | 1998 Mazda Protege

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I have a P1170, and a P1195 What are these two codes?


P1170 HO2S Bank 1 Sensor 1 Circuit Fixed (Bank 1 Sensor 1) The ECM (engine control module) is getting a low or no signal from the front oxygen sensor on bank #1. Possible bad sensor or open sensor circuit.
P1195 EGR Boost Sensor Circuit There is a problem with the EGR (exhaust gas recirculation) system. Possible plugged or restricted passage or sensor / sensor circuit problem.

Apr 09, 2011 | 1997 Mazda Millenia

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95 millinia 2.5L codes p1195,p1522,p1777,p1792 engine bogs down and cuts off randomly i had these codes read but dont know what they mean they are obd1


P1195
Barometric pressure (EGR boost) sensor circuit malfunction
p1522
Variable resonance induction system (VRIS) solenoid valve #2 circuit malfunction
P1777
Torque reduced signal error (ECT sensor)
P1792
Throttle position sensor (TPS) malfunction

Thats a lot of sensors to fail at once i would check out the wire connected to your computer or maybe the computer itself...

Oct 29, 2010 | 1995 Mazda Millenia

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I got trouble codes on and im not sure what to replace the one code is p0401 and p1195 and the car is a chrysler town and conutry 3.8 please help


Hi:
Both codes are EGR system codes. The egr valve can be removed and cleaned to start with, and the EGR pressure sensor is another possibility that could cause the codes.

Apr 27, 2010 | 2000 Chrysler Town & Country

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Code P1195


That code is for the EGR boost sensor. It has an open or a short in one of the wires.

For one thing the CEL being on all the time how will you know if something else comes up, short of it running bad or worse. The EGR serves two functions. It lowers NOx and allows for greater timing control. If the EGR is not working and the PCM advances the timing when there's no EGR it can cause excessive spark knock. If the knock sensor doesn't work it can cause severe engine damage. If the knock sensor works and the PCM lowers advance the biggest problem you'll have is polluting.

Hope helped (remember rated this help) Good luck.

Dec 04, 2009 | 1996 Mazda Protege

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I have a '95 2.5 Millenia. the check engine light


This is all due to a loose connection somewere. If your car had been worked on check all connector that are not plugged in tightly. Some newer cars even have a special lock lever to the connectors, and if not connected properly you would have all kinds of code poping up.

Aug 13, 2009 | 1995 Mazda Millenia

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