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These errors are difficult to diagnose. If you are technical, a good start would be (of course with the power disconnected) remove and reconnect all the connectors and cables on the control assembly board. Also make sure that the ground connections are tight. Good luck. And please let me know how you finally get this issue solved.
code p0170 refers to fuel trim (FT) bank 1--malfunction===causes--intake leak---AIR system fuel pressure/pump/injectors--EVAP canister purge valve--HO2s
It also refers to heated oxygen sensor (HO2S) 3 bank 1--circuit malfunction===causes --wiring---HO2S--ECM
fix the o2 sensor and the purge valve and you may be on the way to fixing the faults.
Sounds as if the compressor has gone bad. The blowing of hot air and then the fuse blowing lets you know the compressor is pulling a lot of amps causing the fuse to blow and no cold air could mean the compressor is locked up and therefore you need a new compressor.
Check each screw on your compressor to ground (compressor case). Should be very high resistance Then check the resistance across your teminals on the compressor to be sure it is not shorted. Then check the wiring to your capacitor (The big one). I ran across this just last week. The mechanic didnt have the capicator wired correctly. If it is brand new it will have a wiring schematic somewhere on it.
Dont leave the compressor on very long, but turn it on long enough to get a voltage reading across the terminals. I assume it should be 240 volts. If you have check all of this, they make a jump start gadget to start a stuck compressor. They sell it just about everywhere. Let me know how this comes out..
all eobd codes starting with p zero have standard meanings irespective of model or make PO12 CODE CAMSHAFT POSITION (cmp) intake/front,bank 1 timing over ******
possible cause valve timing engine macanical fault cmp acutator
POO36 CODE HEATED OXGEN SENSOR HO2S)2BANK 1, HEATER
CAUSE FAULTY SENSOR WIREING SHORTING TO EARTH EC
PO59 HEATED OXGEN SENSOR (HO2S) BANK 2, HEATER RESISTANCE
THESE FAULT CODES HAVE BEEN OBTAINED FROM AN AUTO DATA DISC
I HOPE THIS IS OF SOME HELP TRY CLEARING THE CODES AND SEE IF THEY RE APEAR
IF THEY DO THE SENSORS AND WIRING NEED CHECKING