|08-15-2007 07:15 AM|
|spanky||i put in the foulers and had to drill out the ends so the sensor fit, now the malfunction went away, but i still get the slow response code. any idea?|
|08-13-2007 04:29 AM|
|stevehayes01||P0133 is probably due to the BUNG that the 02 sensor is sitting in.. You can go buy a Spark Plug anti fouler and it will genarlly take care of that issue.|
|08-13-2007 03:06 AM|
|spanky||the wires are all ok, but now i get a second code p0133, which is slow response, what should i do to help that?|
|08-12-2007 01:34 PM|
|spanky||i am gonna check the wires cause the front one i replaces in june so it shouldnt be bad already.|
|08-11-2007 07:00 PM|
You need a new front O2 sensor. Lucky for you its the front which is at least 100 dollars cheaper than the rear O2 sensor if you get brand new OEM.
|08-11-2007 06:57 PM|
As far as the locations are concerned, its fine where they are. Thats the same locations that atleast Abbott uses in their DPs and Ive had mine on for well over 2 years.
P0130 - 02 Sensor Circuit Malfunction (Bank I Sensor 1)
I would check all the wires you can. Possibly leading from the o2 sensor to the connections, to the ECU.
|08-10-2007 09:20 AM|
|spanky||its B1 S1 and no i didnt twist hard.|
|08-10-2007 08:50 AM|
Nerp bleep glip. Non robot needs translation of code! beep boop.
My guess is the rear o2 sensor isn't in the stream. What does the code mean? B1 S1 or B1 S2? Are the wires on the sensors ok? You didn't twist em really hard did you?
|08-10-2007 08:02 AM|
the other day i put in my dp from jak, and reset the ecu. but now i am getting a P0130 code every once in a while and erase it, because i just replaced that o2 sensor last month. would it throw a cel because the o2 sensor it up near the turbo now instead of down before th cat? and mine seems close to my oil pan, like a inch or so, is that normal?