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2000 Lexus ES 300 Showing P1135 and P1155 codes

2000 Lexus ES 300 Showing P1135 and P1155 codes
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This can be caused by: an open or short in the heater circuit, a bad sensor heater, or the ECM. The sensors are grounded individually by the ECM, but are both fed power on the Black wire (Terminal 2 of the sensors) by the A/F Heater Relay (A/F HTR), protected by a fuse and a fuseable link.

  1. What is a P1155 code?
  2. What is code P1135 Toyota?
  3. What code is P1153?
  4. What is a F sensor heater circuit?
  5. What side is bank 1 sensor 2?
  6. What is an air fuel ratio sensor?
  7. What is code P1133 mean?
  8. How do I fix code P0133?
  9. What is code P0153?
  10. What is a bad air fuel ratio?
  11. What is bank1 sensor1?
  12. What is the difference between oxygen sensor and air fuel ratio sensor?

What is a P1155 code?

OBD-II code P1155 represents a malfunction in the air/fuel sensor heater circuit for bank 2, sensor 1. The air/fuel ratio sensor on your vehicle has to reach a particular operating temperature to produce accurate voltage signals. ... If there is a problem detecting the signal, the code P1155 will be triggered.

What is code P1135 Toyota?

OBD-II code P1135 represents a general fault in the air/fuel sensor heater circuit for bank 1, sensor 1. ... The air/fuel ratio sensor heater element is controlled by the ECM based on signals coming from engine coolant temp and engine load.

What code is P1153?

Error Code P1153 is defined as Heated Oxygen Sensor (HO2S) Insufficient Switching Bank 2 Sensor 1. This means the HO2S didn't switch enough times. This code is a generic trouble code, meaning it applies to all vehicles equipped with OBD-II system, particularly those made from 1996 up to present.

What is a F sensor heater circuit?

The A/F sensor or Air/Fuel ratio sensor has to reach a minimum operating temperature of around 1200˚ F to make an accurate voltage signal. ... The PCM control this sensor heater element based on the signals sent by the engine coolant temperature and engine load.

What side is bank 1 sensor 2?

Therefore, in an in-line 4-cylinder engine, the term "Bank 1, Sensor 1" simply refers to the front oxygen sensor. "Bank 1, Sensor 2" is the rear oxygen sensor. A V6 or V8 engine has two banks (or two parts of that "V"). Usually, the bank that contains the cylinder number 1 is called "Bank 1."

What is an air fuel ratio sensor?

The air-fuel ratio sensors continuously monitor the air-fuel ratio of the vehicle's exhaust and send a precise signal to the engine computer so that it can make real time adjustments to fuel and timing for maximum efficiency and power.

What is code P1133 mean?

Error Code P1133 is defined as HO2S Insufficient Switching Bank 1 Sensor 1. This error code is a manufacturer-specific trouble code, meaning it does not apply to all vehicles makes. Rather, it applies only to specific vehicle makes, such as Buick, Chevrolet, GMC, GM, Toyota, Isuzu, etc.

How do I fix code P0133?

What repairs can fix the P0133 code?

  1. Usually a replacement of the oxygen sensor will fix the P0133 code.
  2. At times the sensor itself will not be causing the code P0133, so a technician must check for other faults such as vacuum leaks, a dirty mass air flow sensor, or leaks in the exhaust system.

What is code P0153?

The P0153 trouble code is an indication that the oxygen sensor is not properly regulating the fuel and oxygen levels. ... When the oxygen sensor switches at a speed that is slower than normal, it causes a slow response between the oxygen sensor and the power control module (PCM).

What is a bad air fuel ratio?

If the ratio is too rich or too lean, the engine will not burn optimally burn the air-fuel mixture which can cause performance issues or use up too much fuel. The ideal air-fuel ratio that burns all fuel without excess air is 14.7:1. This is referred to as the “stoichiometric” mixture.

What is bank1 sensor1?

Sensor 1 is the sensor closest to the engine. Sensor 2 is the downstream oxygen sensor. It is always going to be located after the catalytic converter. Its job is to monitor the oxygen content exiting the catalytic converter in order to determine if it is operating efficiently.

What is the difference between oxygen sensor and air fuel ratio sensor?

An air/fuel sensor can read a much wider and leaner range of fuel mixtures than a conventional O2 sensor. That's why they're also called “wideband” O2 sensors. Another difference is that A/F sensors don't produce a voltage signal that suddenly changes on either side of Lambda when the air/fuel goes rich or lean.

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