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Ok so it seems I have another sensor that has possibly gone bad. My first was for an oxygen sensor I think it was P0159 and now I have a p014
1. The first sensor just went away and has never come back and its been since the summer........so I was wondering what if I just let this go and see what happens.....any thoughts...suggestions Thanks
p0141-O2 SENSOR 12 HEATER FAILURE POSSIBLE CAUSE Good trip equal to zero O2 sensor heater operation O2 heater element O2 heater supply circuit open Heater control circuit open Heater control circuit shorted to ground PCM P0159-O2 SENSOR 22 SLOW RESPONSE POSSIBLE CAUSES Exhaust leak Resistance in the 02 sensor signal circuit Resistance in the (K4) sensor ground circuit O2 sensor HOPE THIS HELPS I have
Thanks. I just had the TCM and the PCM replaced in September so hopefully its not anything wrong with them At least if it is they are still covered under the year warranty. I was more checking to see what side affects it may have.
What if i dont take care of this p014
1 code what could or would happen Anything Im asking bc my last code went away after a week or 2 and hasnt come back since the summer
Quote Originally Posted by psheffern What if i dont take care of this p0141 code what could or would happen Poor gas mileage
Quote Originally Posted by biffgnar Poor gas mileage We already have that...lol....anything more important that could go wrong
Keep an eye on your spark plugs too. I ran with a blown out cat for a while and fouled plugs quickly.
Quote Originally Posted by schultzie Keep an eye on your spark plugs too. I ran with a blown out cat for a while and fouled plugs quickly. Sounds good thx. Not that I dont want to fix it. Just dont have the money or time right now......u know how that goes
Has anyone delt with this code before
P1494 - LEAK DETECTION PUMP SW OR MECHANICAL FAULT POSSIBLE CAUSES LDP SWITCH SENSE CIRCUIT SHORTED TO GROUND WIRING HARNESS INTERMITTENT LDP VACUUM SUPPLY FAULTY LEAK DETECTION PUMP LDP SWITCH SENSE CIRCUIT OPEN POWERTRAIN CONTROL MODULE Based on what we see this fault code is caused by a failure of the switch inside the leak detection pump. These pumps are generally not that expensive and a new one will repair 95% of these codes. The other possibilities Ive listed above.
This guide will give a list of information on part numbers location on the vehicle and corresponding ODBII codes. All the information here relates to 50 USA States Compatible style emissions. For jeep
s with Federal emissions figuring out the location of the sensors should be fairly simple. Sensor one is before the catalytic converter and sensor two is after it. Most after market sensors cost around
Sensor Heater FailureSensor Heater Circuit Malfunction ODBII Codes P0130 P0135 P0136 p0141 p0147 P0155 P0161 Newer oxygen sensors have built in heaters to get the sensor to operating temperature faster for better running especially in cold climates. If the heater element fails it will not prevent the proper operation of the engine or emissions system but the engine may run rough until the engineexhaust
found these hope they help anyone here on the forum Back to Tech 1998 - Present jeep
Error Codes Generic Scan Tool P-Code DRB Scan Tool Display Brief Description of DTC P0030 (M) 11 O2 Sensor Heater Relay Circuit Problem detected in oxygen sensor heater relay circuit. P0036 (M) 12 O2 Sensor Heater Relay Circuit Problem detected in oxygen sensor heater relay circuit. P0106 Barometric Pressure Out of
hey guys im throwing a P0137 which is a bank 1 sensor 2 i believe where can i buy an ntk sensor for the cheapest thanks guy btw i did search the forums i couldnt find anything
Should be. Downstream Front Manifold - Bank One Sensor Two ODBII Codes P0136 P0137 P0138 P0139 p0140 p0141 p0143 p0144 p0145 p0146 p0147 Physically located towards the front of the vehicle after the mini-catalytic converter. httpwww.jeepforum.comforumf9ox...mation-701776
Okay so I just read through some of the things in your sig. Downstream Front Manifold - Bank One Sensor Two ODBII Codes P0136 P0137 P0138 P0139 p0140 p0141 p0143 p0144 p0145 p0146 p0147 Physically located towards the front of the vehicle after the mini-catalytic converter. So this would be the sensor on the down turn pipe from the engine
Quote Originally Posted by DivineKaos Okay so I just read through some of the things in your sig. Downstream Front Manifold - Bank One Sensor Two ODBII Codes P0136 P0137 P0138 P0139 p0140 p0141 p0143 p0144 p0145 p0146 p0147 Physically located towards the front of the vehicle after the mini-catalytic converter. So this would be the sensor on the down turn pipe from the engine your jeep will have two
Hello all Check engine light came on today. I did the key trick and it displayed P0457 and then switched to 0456 after about a second. Dealer just put a new fuel pump in last week. Anyone know what these codes mean
GENERIC OBD II CODE DEFINITIONS P0010 A Camshaft Position Actuator Circuit (Bank 1) P0011 A Camshaft Position - Timing Over-Advanced or System Performance (Bank 1) P0012 A Camshaft Position - Timing Over-Retarded (Bank 1) P0013 B Camshaft Position - Actuator Circuit (Bank 1) P0014 B Camshaft Position - Timing Over-Advanced or System Performance (Bank 1) P0015 B Camshaft Position - Timing Over-Retarded
ive searched and im not such a bad mechanic but when it turns electronically controlled i dont know it...does anyone know how to fix the 3rd cylinder misfire i believe. it only does this every three weeks or so...please helP
According to your post your getting code P0203. P0203 Injector Circuit Malfunction - Cylinder 3 Im not sure about an 02 4.0L but it sounds like you have electronic ignition with an individual coil pack on each cylinder. It could be your coil pack. Also if your o2 sensor was bad which is unusual for an 02 model you would probably be getting one of the following codes P0130 02 Sensor Circuit Malfunction
ive been trying to remove my front 02 sensor for a bit of time now i gave it at least 3 or 4 different shots. ive tried all i can think of open ended wrench PB blaster 02 Sensor removal socket Vice Grips Adjustable pipe wrench. While engine was hot while cold heating with torch Nothing will take this damn thing off. Sadly im at the point where the fitting is almost rounded making it even more difficult Any other suggestions please thanks
P0135 is the exact one mine is throwing right now....unless you know the exact code with an O2 sensor you are taking shots in the dark. Here are the codes that deal with O2 sensors P0030 HO2S Heater Control Circuit Bank 1 Sensor 1 P0031 HO2S Heater Circuit Low Voltage Bank 1 Sensor 1 P0032 HO2S Heater Circuit High Voltage Bank 1 Sensor 1 P0036 Sensor heater relay problem P0036 HO2S Heater Control
What is the location of 1 Cylinder on a 2004 4.0l. Is it the drivers side or the passenger side of the engine. I have a o2 sensor code Bank 1 sensor 2.
Quote Originally Posted by rvsmith88 What is the location of 1 Cylinder on a 2004 4.0l. Is it the drivers side or the passenger side of the engine. I have a o2 sensor code Bank 1 sensor 2. Experimental Insanity - Oxygen Sensor Resource Downstream Front Manifold - Bank One Sensor Two ODBII Codes P0136 P0137 P0138 P0139 p0140 p0141 p0143 p0144 p0145 p0146 p0147 Physically located towards the front of the vehicle after the mini-catalytic converter.
Hello everyone. I lurk here a lot just hadnt signed up before. Having a little trouble finding some answers tracking down a CEL Issue. First Im Nick. I have a 2001 wrangler
Sport 4.0L straight six 32RH Trans. 31 tires on the stock rims. The jeep
once was the DD its now a weekend warrior. It has an RC 2.5 lift on it while I dont hate the springs the shocks leave plenty to be desired. That out of the
Found some info from a search ( httpwww.jeepforum.comforumf9ox...mation-701776 ) This is for your P0138 Sensor Shorted To GroundSensor Shorted To Voltage ODBII Codes P0131 P0132 P0137 P0138 p0143 p0144 P0151 P0152 P0157 P0158 Two issues could be happening here either the sensor is wired incorrectly or has failed. If you are using universal wire in sensors verify all the connections are in the correct
Hey all Im trying to fix my sisters 1998 jeep wrangler
. It has the 4 cylinder. The check engine light recently came on with no noticeable issues. My guess was right I took it to autozone and the code scanner said it was an issue with the O2 sensors (the code was 4020 I believe). Anyhow he told me that 4cyl jeep
s have 4 O2s and that his code scanner cant tell me which one is bad. Are there any tricks to doing this and narrowing down the faulty one Thanks for any tips
Quote Originally Posted by jcgodfrey Hey all Im trying to fix my sisters 1998 jeep wrangler. It has the 4 cylinder. The check engine light recently came on with no noticeable issues. My guess was right I took it to autozone and the code scanner said it was an issue with the O2 sensors (the code was 4020 I believe). Anyhow he told me that 4cyl jeeps have 4 O2s and that his code scanner cant tell me
X I6. The jeep
just threw p014
1 Oxygen Sensor Bank 1 Sensor 2. I do not have the shop manual. Which sensor is this Would it be the Cylinder 1 Bank sensor (front of motor 3-pipe bank) right AFTER the pre-cat
Here is what I have found out. When your jeep
throws its first code for sensors and has more than 36000 miles and is modified and throws codes P2098 P2096 P0155 P0138 p014
1 or any O2 sensor codes go to the dealer buy 4 new O2 sensors and replace them. If less than 80K miles and 96 months old the dealer will reprogram your ECM and give it a new part number. To buy the replacements will be 200 and about
P0563 Charging System Voltage Too High Supply voltage sensed at ECM too high. P0600 PCM Failure SPI Communications No communication detected between co-processors in the control module. P0601 (M) Internal Controller Failure Internal control module fault condition (check sum) detected. P0602 (M) ECM Fueling Calibration Error ECM Internal fault condition detected. P0604 RAM Check Failure Transmission
Maybe this should be a sticky....this is a list of all the codes that a TJ will throw at ya. You can get these codes by turning the key on and off 3-4 times within a 5 second time frame P-code suffixes (M) Check Engine Lamp (MIL) will illuminate during engine operation if this Diagnostic Trouble Code was recorded. (G) Generator Lamp Illuminated within 5 seconds. P0030 11 02 Sensor Heater Relay Malfunction
Okay so i bought an 01 wrangler
on Saturday. It was just too good of a deal for me to pass up (especially since it was garage kept and never off road). I started it up today and my check engine light came on. So i did the key trick and pulled the following codes P0136 p014
1 P0161. I did use the search function and i found out what the problem(s) should be. It appears that it was oxygen sensor(s). According
Okay i just bought an 01 wrangler
on Saturday. It was just too good of a deal to pass up and is in exceptional condition (since its never been off road and garage kept). I started it today and my check engine light came on. I did the key trick and the codes that pulled up in the dash were P0136 p014
1 and P0161. I did all the searches and found a lot of info that helped me with the original problem.
O.K. I have searched the forums and have found a thread for every engine code out there but the one I am looking for. Its probably there but have overlooked it like 5 times. 2004 Rubicon AT 6cyl. 87K Code is PO141-O2 sensor heater element failure The local auto parts goober said Bank 1 Sensor 2 and could not remember the code. He said I think its a code 102. So I asked whats that mean I dont know.
but have overlooked it like 5 times. 2004 Rubicon AT 6cyl. 87K Code is PO141-O2 sensor heater element failure The local auto parts goober said Bank 1 Sensor 2 and could not remember the code. He said I think its a code 102. So I asked whats that mean I dont know. I asked how much the part was...Well probably 36 to 70 dollars. So I laughed and walked out. Came home and looked up the Code the jeep
While driving home from school today I got a check engine light and check gauges light the volt meter dropped from 14 to 12. I got two codes p01682 and p014
95. I had the alternator tested and passed. I also load tested the battery and it was good. The last thing I did was disconnect the positive on battery while the jeep
was running and it died. What should I look into replacing or test to fix this issue.
I looked around the forums but could not find a list for P codes. Not sure if the list would even explain what I need to know. I bought an Actron scanner at Advance Auto. I have two codes coming up p014
1 which the scanner says is O2 sensor. The other is the one I dont understand. It is P1391 which the scanner says Loss of camshaft crank. Any idea what that means The jeep
runs fantastic no misfires
So i finally got my new to me rolled jeep
on the road last night to bring to autozone to check the code on a CEL. It returns p014
1 which could mean a variety of things in reference to the upstream O2 sensor. So i figure i probably forgot to plug it in or its vent is packed but i dont buy anything while im there. Today i get under there and notice there are two bolts in the upper header where i was
Standard acronyms used on the forum BL - Body Lift CV Joint - Constant Velocity Joint I4 - Inline engine 4 cylinder 2.5L I6 - Inline engine 6 cylinder 4.2L or 4.0L V6 - Engine used in Libery and JK - 3.7 litre V8 - Engine used in Grand Cherokees MML - Motor Mount Lift RTI - Ramp Travel Index SYE - Slip Yoke Eliminator Does the JK stand for anything - It does not mean J ust K idding as some people have
P0016 &8208 Crankshaftcamshaft Timing Misalignment P0031 &8208 O2 Sensor 11 Heater Circuit Low P0032 &8208 O2 Sensor 11 Heater Circuit High P0037 &8208 O2 Sensor 12 Heater Circuit Low P0038 &8208 O2 Sensor 12 Heater Circuit High P0051 &8208 O2 Sensor 21 Heater Circuit Low P0052 &8208 O2 Sensor 21 Heater Circuit High P0057 &8208 O2 Sensor 22 Heater Circuit Low P0058 &8208 O2 Sensor 22 Heater Circuit
First of all i have a 97 tj 6cyl. My cat. converter is shot can hear junk rattling around. i was thinking of cutting it right out. now i will have a problem with the O2 sensor right i was told i could do an O2 simulator to solve the problem. i have only one sensor downstream of the cat. converter. so could i use a simulator to bypass the check engine light i think i can but what type of simulator would
Why would you disregard what the manual says If it says it affects fuelair ratio than it does. And it DOES. I was having an idle issue and had codes p0141 and p0161 and replaced both downstream sensors and voila no more idle issue. These hillbilly mechanics that went to school need to go back to school.
Id appreciate any help anyone can offer diagnosing my latest problem. jeep
is a 2000 TJ 4.0 liter 32rh auto transmission. When it first starts the jeep
runs very rough for about 2-3 minutes - RPMs bounce around and the engine sounds like its struggling to find its rhythm. If I give it gas at that point sometimes it revs up like youd expect but other times starts to choke. After a few minutes it works
Took my chances driving down the street to Autozone... quite an adventure given what I found when I got there. 5 codes P0135 P0138 P0132 and p0141 all relate to 02 sensors P0743 TCC enable circuit electrical fault So for starters Ill be replacing the 02 sensors which hopefully will solve the problems with the engine running rough and stuttering. I checked the fuse for the torque converter solenoid
Hey guys and gals driving home today the jeep
s check engine light came on and running diagnostics (i love jeep
for throwing that in) came up with 12 21 55. 12 i had the battery off in the last 50 ignition cycles. 55 end of diagnostics. 21 Upstream oxygen sensor response slower than minimum required switching frequency. Upstream oxygen sensor heating element circuit malfunction. Downstream oxygen sensor
it means you need a mechaniclol. okyou need a scan tool or code reader to get the codes. the code 21 displayed by the malfunction indicator lamp(mil) will display if any of these codes are present p0131 p0132 p0133 p0135 p0137 p0138 p0141 getting the codes with a scan tool will narrow your search code 21 is a general o2 sensor code and doesnt pinpoint the faulty circuit
Pulled the codes and I get P0138 p014
1 Could these be related to the 02 sensor
Possible blown fuse for O2 or other components 6 MIL on with any of the following codes stored. P0132 P0135 P0138 p0141 P1052 P0155 P0158 P0161 P0443 P0743 P1495 httpd-tips.comDefault.aspx save this site it is great for codes
My check engine light came on so I went to advance and had them pull the codes and this is what they came up with P0138 12 O2 sensor shorted to voltage Oxygen sensor input voltage maintained above normal operating range p014
1 12 sensor Heater failure Oxygen sensor heater malfunction I figured the obvious but does this mean that the sensor is bad or is there just something in the wiring. quick history
Both code are bank 1 sensor 2 codes related to the O2 sensor at the cat. OBD-II Trouble Code P0138 Oxygen Sensor Circuit High Voltage (Bank1 Sensor2) OBD-II Trouble Code p0141 Oxygen O2 Sensor Heater Circuit Malfunction (Bank1 Sensor2) I bet it has something to do with the rewiring.
My check engine light came on about a week ago and i just got a chance to take it to auto zone today and low and behold i have 5 codes. They are 1. P0113 - intake air temp sensor 2. P0138 - circuit condition O2 sensor bank 1 sensor 2 3. P0420 - catalyst efficiency low - bank 1 4. P0432 - catalyst efficiency low - bank 2 5. p014
1 - heater condition O2 sensor bank 1 sensor 2 so what does all this mean
When I was out yesterday the jeep
threw two codes Po320 P0138. I cant find anything obvious wrong and it runs great any ideas
Probably a momentary glitch. If they come back its time to investigate further. The P0138 is 02 sensor related and the p0140 is likely camshaft sensor related. Neither of which is a sign of any kind of impending doom.
Today I replaced the sensor. I was getting P0138. I checked out the old sensor and the white wire was completely disconnected. So I replaced it erased the code with my reader but the code came back. Should I try resetting the computer by disconnecting the battery instead
Now Im really confused. Okay before the sensor went bad (the white wire came detached I was getting two codes. I got the P0138 which meant a bad sensor. I also got code p0141 which means heater circuit bank 1 sensor 2.... what does that mean I replaced the sensor and I keep getting the same two codes. Now Ive only tried erasing them with the code reader...they go away for a time but then come back
P0138 and p0141 involve the O2 sensor after the cat. Use a multimeter make sure the wiring all the way up to the PCM is not the problem. Also check for good contact at connectors especially the pig-tail connector off the sensor and its mating connector of the vehicle harness. Do not use dielectric grease since O2 sensors breathe through the wiring. The O2 sensor operates in such a way that the voltage
Quote Originally Posted by Slithering_Joe P0138 and p0141 involve the O2 sensor after the cat. Use a multimeter make sure the wiring all the way up to the PCM is not the problem. Also check for good contact at connectors especially the pig-tail connector off the sensor and its mating connector of the vehicle harness. Do not use dielectric grease since O2 sensors breathe through the wiring. The O2 sensor
I need some help..my 04 rubicon when I go to start it up it sounds like its not going to start but I shut it down quick and start it up just fine anyone else have this problem Thinking maybe a solenoid or starter suggestions
Yeah I think im just gonba have to suck it up and just go buy the partbecause my starting problem I think falls together with my check engine code p01494 so I just wanna get that done
My 97 TJ has been having issues for the past year or so. When I start it cold it almost stalls out after I drive about 10 ft. I loose all power regardless of how much gas I give and the RPMs drop way down. If I rev the engine for a few minutes it seems to solve the problem and then it drives fine for the rest of the trip. Recently the check engine light came on and the code its genereating in p014
Took the jeep
to get the CEL checked and I got a code mentioning the 02 sensor in bank 1 sensor 2. Says something about a high voltage going thru the sensor. Does the sensor need to be replaced or is there a way to check if my sensor is still good or trashed Heres what happened to my exhaust that caused this problem. I had a bad catalytic converter so I bought a used exhaust from a friend. His is an
I actually got 2 codes related to that particular sensor. p0141-PCM determined a malfunction exists in the heater circuit for sensor 2 in bank 1. P0138-PCM has determined that the input voltage from oxygen sensor 2 in bank 1 is too high for current operating conditions.