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It is ecm or pcm timer code needs to be properly diagnostic tested to determine actual problems need good shop to perform the test
Posted on Sep 12, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check air filter for dirty , how many miles or kms have your car? , maybe need to replace spark plugs, try to reset the ecu for a momentany malfunction, remove the negative battery terminal few minutes and reconnect,start engine and drive, check if lights goes off , please write me
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
That relates to your Cat. Convertor and the emission system. Most likely cause is either a bad Cat. Conv. or a deffective O2 sensor.
The only real way to tell is to have it hooked up to a full functioning scan tool, not just a code reader; and see what all the output readings are and go from there. If you have high miles I would change the O2 sensor for that bank first, if ou want to take a chance on an easy fix.....it never hurts to install a new O2 sensor after 50-60,000 miles...it can only help the car.
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Posted on Sep 09, 2009
did u change the right o2 sensor there is 2 sensors on bank1 and 2 on bank2.....upstream and down stream.....i had the same prob i changed the o2 senser to the other side to check and make sure it was the o2 senser....it took 4 o2 sensors before i got 1 that finally worked nd yes i was buying them brand new.....so change sides with it nd see if the code changes sides....and did u reset it with the code machine when u put the new 1 in?
Posted on Mar 28, 2010
Testimonial: "i wont no if this is a successful answer until i can reset the code thank you"
This is all controlled by a computer, you are going to need to take it to a dealer, OR you can buy a tuner that will also control idle
Posted on Apr 08, 2010
Hello you can guess this might be one of several switch malfunctions but a guess would be a waist of money and unnecessary repairs.The best solution you will need to go in to a garage and have a scan performed this will pin point the problem and you can repair the fault exactly with a guess.Most garages charge 425.00 to $75.00 dollars for these scans.
Posted on Jan 08, 2011
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