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Old 04-03-2014, 11:28 AM   #1
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P0134 Code in a '00 Viggen - just the sensor or ?

I had a P0314 Code come up in my 2000 Viggen, w/ 89k miles.

Is this probably just the sensor reaching end of life, or could it be indicative of some bigger problems. Other than the CEL, the car seems to be running fine?
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Old 04-04-2014, 06:19 AM   #2
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That's weird. I googled the P code and its most common on the diesel saabs for a misfire on cyl 1. I would clear it and see if it comes back.
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Thanks Saabeh. It turned out to be one of those random come-on-for-a-couple-days CELs.

(You guys get those too, right?)
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is it 134 or 314?
The first is for the front oxygen sensor, the other is a cylinder misfire.
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is it 134 or 314?
The first is for the front oxygen sensor, the other is a cylinder misfire.
It was definitely 0134 -- front O2 sensor. But it's gone for the time being.
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