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Old 09-15-2011, 11:54 AM   #1
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Bad pcm??

So I have a 2000 mustang v6 and I'm having obd troubles. Check light came on with a p1414 code. I checked wires and found out that two of the air pump wires had shorted/ broke. I bought a new pigtail and wired in but mixed up two wires code changed to p1413. I fixed the wire problem and code changed to a p0412. I checked fuses one was blown I replaced and code came back. A few days later I had my codes read again and is now throwing a p0153 and p0412 and my catalyst oxygen sensor and eve monitors are all coming up incomplete. What could be the problem?? Bad PCM Mabye? Any help would be really appreciated I got one month til inspections.
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So checked out the code p0412 and it's air pump control valve faulty... And my o2 code went away... But I talked with a mechanic friend of mine and we agreed that if my cats are clogging then that would cause backpressure into the air system causing it to think it's a bad control valve and not enough exhaust reaching the o 2 sensor making it slow to respond. Think were on the right path here?? Help would be appreciated
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So checked out the code p0412 and it's air pump control valve faulty... And my o2 code went away... But I talked with a mechanic friend of mine and we agreed that if my cats are clogging then that would cause backpressure into the air system causing it to think it's a bad control valve and not enough exhaust reaching the o 2 sensor making it slow to respond. Think were on the right path here?? Help would be appreciated
if the o2 sensors dont have enought to read that could cause the engine to be a bit slow... or at least have crappy gas mileage i think
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