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Old 01-09-2013, 06:49 PM   #1
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Whatever this code is, its making my car run like crap. I thought water might have gotten to the air filter since its been raining. Pulled it out and its dry. Any other thoughts?
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Has to do with the 02 sensor on bank 2. Just Google it for the details
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Does it make your car idle funny and want to bog down?
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Does it make your car idle funny and want to bog down?
Yes, it can do a lot of things. Orielys will read your code and give you a printout for all the possible problems.
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Mine does that after being driven a lot.
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Old 01-09-2013, 10:52 PM   #6
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truckin when did it start doin it, and just in case after what did u install or do to the car before it started doin it?
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truckin when did it start doin it, and just in case after what did u install or do to the car before it started doin it?
It started tuesday afternoon. I haven't done anything to the car since I put the x pipe on a month ago.
I thought maybe something got wet but its not raining today and it still doing it.

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Does it make your car idle funny and want to bog down?
Yes kind of. Feels like I've got a cam in it but sounds terrible. When I smash the gas it runs fine its just at idle and part throttle when its happening you can feel the jerkiness.
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Yep that's what mine does. My shop said it was bad O2 sensors. For now I just reset my computer and it runs fine for a while.
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Here is what the shop manual says about P1152, same possible causes as P1130.

It is for bank 2 sensor 1, I would first suspect a wiring problem--you need to get under there and see what things look like. A dead or dying O² sensor will read as "stuck lean", not stuck rich...
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FYI for the ME Community, we have an article that has the Ford OBD-II codes.

Ford OBD-II Trouble Codes

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FYI for the ME Community, we have an article that has the Ford OBD-II codes.

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Good info.
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Are o2 sensors interchangeable? In terms of can I take the back one and move it to the front? Different part numbers and the plastic on the plug is a different color.
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Are o2 sensors interchangeable? In terms of can I take the back one and move it to the front? Different part numbers and the plastic on the plug is a different color.
I'm not sure. I noticed mine were different color too. I'm guessing no, since both of us found some differences.
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I'm not sure. I noticed mine were different color too. I'm guessing no, since both of us found some differences.
Boy your full of good news. Didn't want to hear that...lol
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Boy your full of good news. Didn't want to hear that...lol
Doh! Lol, sorry
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Are o2 sensors interchangeable? In terms of can I take the back one and move it to the front? Different part numbers and the plastic on the plug is a different color.
They are functionally the same, the only difference is in the locating keys on the connector, which can be cut off if needed to put a rear sensor on the front, or swap the rear sensors:

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Are o2 sensors interchangeable? In terms of can I take the back one and move it to the front? Different part numbers and the plastic on the plug is a different color.
I don't think so. I had trouble with my tune when I installed headers, and they ask me if I put the rite sensors back in.
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They are functionally the same, the only difference is in the locating keys on the connector, which can be cut off if needed to put a rear sensor on the front, or swap the rear sensors:
This worked. I just cutoff the key ways and its running as it should. Thanks for the help.
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This worked. I just cutoff the key ways and its running as it should. Thanks for the help.
Cool...

As stated they are all just plain ol' PZ (Platinum/Zirconium) narrowband O² sensors--read more about those here--the connectors are different to make sure they don't get connected incorrectly on the assembly line--it's idiot proofing to make sure the average UAW worker can handle it...
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