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The computer says that it has a code p1131 manufactor control fuel air metering also p0135 o2 sensor heater ciruit malfunction bank1 sensor1 and p0307 cylinder misfire

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Firstly check your 02 sesor bank 1 sensor 1 first because maybe 02 sensor death come out more fuel until air metering cannot control so air metering code came out and spark plug overdose fuel and misfire incur check with ohm meter to get the ohm from the 02 sensor rectify

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Hi i have a 2002 ford ranger and it has teas codes P0446 P0135 P0141 P2195 P0403 P0171


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P0141: O2 Heater Circuit Bank 1 Sensor 2
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P2195: Oxygen Sensor Signal Biased/Stuck Lean - Bank 1 Sensor 1
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P0171: Fuel Injection System Too Lean Bank 1 http://www.autocodes.com/p0171_ford.html

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hi BOB
as an answer for your question (what the fault code is for)
I can tell you the P0135 is pointing to the O2 sensor heater circuit
in bank1 sensor1.
about the symbol. this is pointing to the immobilizer
system, is not reading the key .">
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On the audi a4 2003 what are the codes P 0135 and P0234?


Code P0135 -
Oxygen O2 Sensor Heater Circuit Malfunction (Bank1, Sensor1)

P0135. Turbo boost pressure too high.

O2 sensor heater malfunction: ...Check all fuses. If good, replace O2 sensor.

Over boost: Check N75 Boost control solenoid and all vacuum hoses to and from N75.

Oct 30, 2013 | 2003 Audi A4 Cabriolet

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Hi, I have a 96 Jeep Cherokee with straight 6 cyclinder engine.The check engine lights on and Itook get to be put on a machine and the codes readed P0132,P0135,P0300,P0301,and P0420. Could you tell me


p132+ an O2 sensor reading is high bank1,sensor1, p135=O2 Heater circuit is bad, bank1,sensor1.

P300= Random misfires, p301 misfire cylinder1.p302 misfire cylinder2

p420 Bank1 Catalytic converter efficiency failing

What this means is that the Bank1 O2 sensor is either bad or the wiring to it is defective. Check for heat burnthrough on wires. The misfires started randomly and now pinpoint to cylinders 1 and 2.

The Catalytic converter failing because the misfires are clogging it. This can self correct once the cylinders stop misfiring.

Which messed up first is where you start solving this. Replace the O2 sensor, it is fouled out on Bank1. The heater circuit(p135) just makes it work faster and has little effect once you are underway. But high resistence in the O2(p132) means it is coated and ineffective.

There is a problem with firing #1 and #2 sparkplug. Probably the cause for the Catalytic converter plugging. A cracked coil, plug wires, sparkplugs are some causes as well as dirty fuel injectors on those 2 cylinders.

It is a cause and effect situation where 1 part fails and damages another. You need to fix the source of the problem or you will repeat th damage.

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OBD II code PO135


Oxygen O2 Sensor Heater Circuit Malfunction (Bank1, Sensor1)A code P0135 may mean that one or more of the following has happened:
  • O2 Heater element resistance is high
  • Internal short or open in the heater element
  • O2 heater circuit wiring high resistance
  • open or short to ground in the wiring harness Possible solutions:
  • Repair short or open or high resistance in wiring harness or harness connectors
  • Replace oxygen sensor (cannot repair open or short that occurs internally to sensor)

Nov 06, 2011 | 2004 Nissan Altima

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Engine fault codes: P1684 P0135 P0456


Hi the p1684 means the battery has been disconnected within the last 50 starts, the P0135 is Oxygen O2 Sensor Heater Circuit Malfunction (Bank1, Sensor1), you may have notived an increase in fuel consumption. and the P0456 code means evaporated emissions system -small leak detected the causes could be either A small leak in any of the EVAP hoses or fuel tank hoses, a small leak in the purge valve or vent valve or the EVAP Canister may be leaking
Hope this helps
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Check enegine light stay s on all the time, here are the codes im getting, if someone could tell me how to fix these that would be great. p0155 p0141 p0136 p0443 p1451 p0135 p0161 p1409


P0155: O2 Sensor heater Circuit Malfunction (bank2 ) Sensor 1.

P0141: O2 Sensor heater Circuit Malfunction (bank1 ) Sensor 2.

P0135: O2 Sensor heater Circuit Malfunction (bank1,Sensor1)

P0136: O2 Sensor Circuit Low voltage (bank1) Sensor 2.

P0443 : Evaporative Emission control System Purge control valve.

P1451: Eavporative Control System Canister vent solenoid Circuit Malfunction.

P0161: O2 Sensor Circuit Low voltage (bank2,Sensor2)

P1409: Electronic Vacuum Regulator (EVR) control circuit malfunction.

change the O2 sensors first,Then check the the EGR Vacuum regulator for any Malfunction. Good luck

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My 96 Chevy Blazer 4X4 failed echeck, due to codes: P0132(bank1, sensor1), P0135(bank1, sensor1), and P0143(bank1, sensor 3). All are O2 sensor codes. What sensors need replaced, and where are they...


Some of your O2 sensors are before the catalytic converter and some are after, based on your description. I've seen some cars that had to have all of the O2 sensors replaced when the exhaust system was replaced.

O2 sensors need a special socket to remove, and are best done when the exhaust is hot, and, also, antiseize compound should be used on the threads with the new O2 sensors.

Be prepared to have an exhaust technician change them out for you in order to get it passed the eCheck.

Good luck on this repair.

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P1131, P0125


p1131 ho2s bank1 sensor1 signal below .45v which means your air/fuel ratio is running to lean
p0125 insufficient coolant temp. for closed loop fuel control which may be low coolant level, a bad thermostat or a bad ect sensor.
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