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I have a 2007 jeep wrangler
Unlimited Rubicon and have been getting an occasional check engine light. When I scanned the OBD code p0058
(O2 SENSOR 22 HEATER CIRCUIT HIGH) was given. Is this issue as simple as replacing the O2 sensor If so where is the sensor located What else could be triggering the code Can anyone provide the diagnosis procedure from the service manual Thanks.
Oh yeah that jeep was also an 07 like yours.
p0058-O2 SENSOR 22 HEATER CIRCUIT HIGH Set Condition The PCM detects that the O2 sensor heater element input is above the maximum acceptable voltage. One trip fault. Three good trips to turn off the MIL. Possible Causes O2 22 HEATER CONTROL CIRCUIT OPEN O2 22 HEATER GROUND CIRCUIT OPEN O2 22 HEATER CONTROL CIRCUIT SHORTED TO VOLTAGE 22 O2 SENSOR POWERTRAIN CONTROL MODULE (PCM)
So I finally found time to climb under my jeep and inspect the suspect O2 sensor (jeeps not my daily driver) and I found that the wires connecting to the drivers side O2 sensor were getting frayed by the front drive shaft. Is it okay to cut the frayed wires and reconnect them with either butt connectors or sodder Or should I replaced the entire run If theres enough slack Im going to try and zip tie the wires away from the driveshaft.
Quote Originally Posted by fuzzyz11 So I finally found time to climb under my jeep and inspect the suspect O2 sensor (jeeps not my daily driver) and I found that the wires connecting to the drivers side O2 sensor were getting frayed by the front drive shaft. Is it okay to cut the frayed wires and reconnect them with either butt connectors or sodder Or should I replaced the entire run If theres enough
I remember seeing it before...need to decipher a check engine code for a 2005 jeep wrangler
.... code p0058
...I just keep finding old OBD1 codes thanxs
I checked both of those spots but still unable to find code p0058
Quote Originally Posted by exvettedrvr I checked both of those spots but still unable to find code p0058 I noticed this myself so I looked on a link I have saved for my WJ just to see well it list one there. httpwjjeeps.comfaultcodes.htm
Good man thats exactly where I found it as well. I belive the code translates to the wrangler as well....thanxs...unfortuantely the check engine light will not go off even after I disconnected the battery...any suggestions p0058 02 Sensor Heater Control Circuit High (Bank 2 Sensor 2) Shorted condition detected in the oxygen sensor heater element control feedback sense circuit
Hey guys i drive a 2006 jeep
TJ 4.0.. When i baught the car i had a decat done it was the 2 cats after the manifold and the big cat beside the muffler.. I also replaced the muffler with a magnaflow.. The car through a CEL and i was fine with it.. However before yesterday i did a full tune up (EngineT-caseTrannyDiff Oils and a new set of spark plugs) since then i feel a huge ammount of lag when i go
Bump Any Advice
Pull the plugs and check them. Make sure you did not leave any vacuum hoses loose. The codes are at the bottom. p0058 02 Sensor Heater Control Circuit High (Bank 2 Sensor 2) Shorted condition detected in the oxygen sensor heater element control feedback sense circuit P0038-O2 SENSOR 12 HEATER circuit high
Guys been working on the problem and jeep is still sluggish at 2000 rpm untill about 2500-2700 rpm it opens up again.. I believe the problem may be caused by the decat would it be worth have the y pipe with the cats on it being put back on because the 02 sensors are unplugged..
with out the cats the computer dont know how to make the engine run as well as it can.
Slammed my drivers side front tire into a curb and destroyed my front Differential. Found a HP30 I will be replacing it with next week. Have a p0038 and p0058
since the accident and cant seem to get it to reset. Ive checked all the connections for the O2 sensors and they all look good. The collision folded my drivers side lower control arm which caused the driveshaft to bash into the exhaust manifold.
Ive got 2 o2 sensor codes popping up. P0038 which I have been told is driverside downstream. examines the O2 sensor and found a cut wire. p0058
is the other ones. I examinjed the other o2 sensors and saw no damage. Anyone know where p0058
is Would make replacing it allot easier
p0058 is the same drivers side downstream sensor.
My check engine light went on today in my 2005 TJ Rubicon 4.0L (obviously) 6spd manual. I ran my code reader and it displayed DTC p0058
HO2S Heater Circuit High Voltage Bank 2 Sensor 2 Any suggestions to me it sounds like my heated 0xygen Sensor is bad. My warranty should cover this still right The dealership wont screw me because I modified my suspension Thanks Alan
GRRRR i dont own a jk but i was working on one at work and i had to install a fuel pulp moduel. witch required me to drop the fuel tank installe the moduel and reinstalle the fuel tank. striped one of the bolt going back into the fuel tank and after all said and done a p0058
HO2S Heater Circuit High Voltage Bank 2 Sensor 2 code is thrown active. great( well at lease it wasnt something to do with the
I assume you disconnected the battery before you did anything on the JK. Have you tried a hard reset of the computer system Since it is unlikely that an o2 sensor failed coincidently at the same time you dropped the tank without any trauma or power surge to the o2 sensor. Also when dropping the tank you didnt tug on any of the harness otherwise that may be the first stretch of wire to trace.
neg. only wire i had to mess with were the sending unit to the float. 6 bolts and dissconted a few breather and evap lines.
Code p 0058 came up and said H02s Heater control circuit high bank 2 sensor 2....................... Said no cause no cure. Guy said he didnt know what to make of that didnt know what to try to fix. Has anyone else seen this before or have a idea of what it might be
Theres a way to go through testing all this but it sounds like you want the easy answer so here it is You O2 heater took a . Put an oxygen sensor in it.
Quote Originally Posted by funmover Code p 0058 came up and said H02s Heater control circuit high bank 2 sensor 2....................... Said no cause no cure. Guy said he didnt know what to make of that didnt know what to try to fix. Has anyone else seen this before or have a idea of what it might be That would be your rear lower O2 sensor just below the catalytic converter on the exhaust manifold...
2005 Rubi - manual stock. I recently had the issue of my heater only working on defrost. I plugged back in the vacuum hose as shown in this thread After plugging this back in my jeep
started to run a rich mixture of fuel (glugging and bogging down poor fuel economy). After this I was on the highway and it started to surge violently losing almost all RPS and jerking back up to regular RPMS. Now it
stop the bucking completely One other issue that happens rarely which I forgot to mention earlier is that the fuel gauge will drop to zero at times then jump back up to the proper reading. Should I just replace all four of the 02 sensors Ive heard that these are around 100 each up here in Canada so this would be a costly attempt if it doesnt work. Plus there are only 50k km31k miles on the jeep.
I posted a few months ago that my check engine light was coming on and it was giving P0052. Which is the code for Heater control circuit high forgot which bank and sensor. I think the back sensor. My dealer ship replaced it and 3 days later it came on again. They were trying to say that my Airaid CAI and throttle body spacer was providing too much oxygen for the computer to work with and it was burning
An update and review of all my findings on this thread I installed the Airaid CAI and throttle body spacer back in the winter months and have been doing great with my 06 jeep wrangler Rubicon. I re-oiled the filter and drove it for a few days and everything was fine. At the beginning of the summer I took it down to the coast in Texas and my check engine light came on. To this day and then the engine
Have a 2005 jeep wrangler
Unlimited with 108000 miles on it it with the following fault codes p0058
P0152 P0153 P2096 What do they mean and how do I fix the problem Thanks
Im having a problem similar to this thread. httpwww.jeep
forum.comforumf9al...codes-1048269 About once a month the jeep
starts up and then stalls out. Im unable to start it for a day or so then it will start up normal with no issues. As of now it has the following codes stored. P0032 P0038 P0052 p0058
It seems like the problem started when my battery died in November. Im going to inspect the grounds
Its running again. I disconnected the battery to clean some corrosion. I hooked everything back up and tried to start it. No go. After putting everything away I tried it again just to see. It fired right up just like normal. Before turning it over I checked the codes. It was showing p0038 and p0058. After it started and idled for a while I shut it down and checked the codes again. Back to p0032 p0038 p0052 and p0058.
Recently my jeep
has been throwing a bunch of codes and it sems to get worse when I run the AC. In fact the jeep
was confused at one point and the rev-limiter kicked in at 2500 rpms and not at the 6500 that its supposed to. Im hoping you guys can help me out. So it throws codes P0032 P0038 P0052 and p0058
which are all O2 sensor related (heater circuit high voltage) - so I replaced the O2 sensors but
Hit a curb going about 30 kmh today. Front drivers side tire took the brunt of the blow. Rim is bent to crap but at least the tire looks spare worthy. The lower suspension arm also bent into a 90 degree angle. The rear bracket is still perfectly straight but the bracket on the axle is bent to crap. How do I go about repairing this Im strapped on money but hate to see my jeep
sitting there broken. Only
alright soo up to now ive swapped in a 98 TJ tank into my 05 tj ive connected the sending unit and fuel pump wires as best as i can i connected the return line from the engine to the hose on the tank jeep
wont start but cranks fine throwing 9 codes P0443 evaporative purge flow system solenoid not working properly (probably since its not connected haha) P0509 Idle air control system high P0463 fuel
Just wondering if anyone can help me fault find my 2008 3.8 JKU. Today the following fault codes came up under normal driving conditions P0300 - Multiple cylinder misfire P2096 - Downstream mixture lean bank 1 P2098 - Downstream mixture lean bank 2 P0038 - 11 O2 sensor heater circuit voltage high p0058
- 21 O2 sensor heater circuit voltage high Some history on the vehicle - we bought it two months
so i was driving home from school today. Stopped at the store and shut off the jeep
. Started it came out to the stop sign was starting to turn into the street and the jeep
just died.. like i had stalled it. Wouldnt start back up. Problems -Engine turns over but isnt getting any fuel -Pump isnt priming -Throwing codes p0058
HO2S Heater Circuit High Voltage Bank 2 Sensor 2 p0463 Fuel Level Sending Unit
Got my 07 Rubicon yesterday and notice a weird smell driving it home. I figured it was some oil that dripped on the exhaust when they serviced it or some of that silicone crap they sprayed everywhere. I drove it around for about 100 miles today and the smell persisted. It almost smells like a clutch plate burning. There is also some heat blowing from under the dash and the entire tranny tunnel and
Just check the engine code. p0058 &8208 O2 Sensor 22 Heater Circuit High