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P0131 Diagnostic Trouble Code Discussion for January 2008

Air Fuel Sensor (Bank 1 Sensor 1) Circuit Low Input (Lean Shift)


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1997 GMC Yukon SL 5.7L Hesitation, Misfire VIN: 1GNEK13RGV
P0131: Heated Oxygen Sensor (Bank 1 Sensor 1) Circuit Low Voltage. several shops have looked at vehicle, hence all the changed parts. When vehicle is cold it runs great, after it warms up it will lose power and run rough, if you stay in the throttle it will back fire in the intake and smother down and die. When you cycle the ...
January 28, 2008
1997 GMC Yukon SL 5.7L Hesitation, Misfire VIN: 1GNEK13RGV
P0131: Heated Oxygen Sensor (Bank 1 Sensor 1) Circuit Low Voltage. several shops have looked at vehicle, hence all the changed parts. When vehicle is cold it runs great, after it warms up it will lose power and run rough, if you stay in the throttle it will back fire in the intake and smother down and die. When you cycle the ...
January 31, 2008
1997 GMC Yukon SL 5.7L Hesitation, Misfire VIN: 1GNEK13RGV
P0131: Heated Oxygen Sensor (Bank 1 Sensor 1) Circuit Low Voltage. several shops have looked at vehicle, hence all the changed parts. When vehicle is cold it runs great, after it warms up it will lose power and run rough, if you stay in the throttle it will back fire in the intake and smother down and die. When you cycle the ...
January 28, 2008
1997 GMC Yukon SL 5.7L Hesitation, Misfire VIN: 1GNEK13RGV
P0131: Heated Oxygen Sensor (Bank 1 Sensor 1) Circuit Low Voltage. several shops have looked at vehicle, hence all the changed parts. When vehicle is cold it runs great, after it warms up it will lose power and run rough, if you stay in the throttle it will back fire in the intake and smother down and die. When you cycle the ...
January 31, 2008