Diagnostics shows 80` celsius all the time error code p0183. if i delete the error it keeps coming back .i disconnected all wires from pump to greate extra fault messages. so i deleted the new messages (elm327 cable works fine), but this p0183 was there before and it came back .
where is the sensor , so i can test it and replace if needed.
Testimonial: "no,located it on the fuel pump. sensor is ok . what is the incoming voltage from wire to sensor ?"
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Check engine light back on ???? What DTC'S - diagnostic trouble codes are stored ? Need to know that to assist you . After a battery disconnect on GM vehicles you need to enter a code into the radio for it to work again . Not all GM vehicles are like this , i will have to look that up I come back later ! Time to take kids to school .
DTC P0113 - Intake Air Temperature Circuit High Input.The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors the temperature of the air entering the engine. The PCM supplies a 5 volt reference voltage to the Intake Air Temperature (IAT) sensor. The IAT is a thermistor that varies resistance based on temperature. As the temperature increases, resistance decreases. Low temperature results in a high signal voltage. When the PCM sees a signal voltage higher than 5 volts, it sets this P0113 check engine light code.
DTC P0183 - Fuel Temperature Sensor Circuit High Voltage.
the o2 sensor [bank 1 sensor 2] is located after ur catalytic converter jack up and support truck follow the exhaust pipe u will see after the converter mounted in exhaust tube towards top a wire and sensor thats ur o2 sensor disconnect wire and unscrew sensor and replace -also check wiring and connection for damage ---it is an emission sensor will usually cause vehicle to fail an inspection can cause problems with fuel consumption[run rich]
The airbag light means that a problem with the airbag has been detected and that there is an error code stored in the airbag control module. The code will tell you what is wrong with the airbag. The code can be read at the nearest Lexus dealer, you will be charged a fee of $80.
Sometimes the light can be reset by disconnecting battery for ten minutes. Disconnecting battery will also delete the error codes stored. If the light comes back when you connect back the battery, that means that the problem is still there, and that the airbag control module detected the problem immediately.
P0350-Ignition primary and secondary circuit malfunction.
P0113-O2 circuit slow respose
P0183-Fuel temperature "A"High input
They say 3 is a charm.as for P0183 the temperature circuit is disconnected (this is a clue),P0113 circuit of the 02 slow response (this is a clue), P0350 secondary and primary that leads to a (clue)
You have wires touching where they should not be touching. If you replace ECM and Coil it will just come back with the same problem,who every you take this for repair they need to recognize this as a shorted wire harness and see it as one unit,not just read a code.This is tied as one , have them open the wire harness to the affected coil not all the way just enough to see if it shorted out, My suggestion is to check and make sure the conection to the coil is not loose and all connection for coil is not loose,
Check the Fuel Pump Relay, it may be malfunctioning and need replaced. Also, in some vechicles, if the batter is disconnected and reconnected, the service engine light will come on from time to time, going off and on simultaneously. Have a diagnostics done to see if any codes show up. If no codes appear, then have them all cleared and drive for another 200 miles. Sometimes the computer will need to be cleared a couple times before the light will stay off. Make sure that all fuses and relays are good, and securey in place. Check all factory installed lights to make sure they are good, and securly in place as well.
Looks like you have tried everything to turn off the check engine light. However, did you find out the error code for this? Until you resolve the issue, the light will keep coming back. You need to get diagnostics done
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