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Old 04-24-2013, 08:05 AM   #1
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P1133 and P1153

I thot I fixed this problem but then it kicked out more O2 codes. What can I do to fix this?
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Old 04-24-2013, 01:28 PM   #2
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According to my knowledge, those codes come mostly after putting on new set of headers .. Your tuner should fix and clear the code .. if it comes again, you might need to replace/modify your O2 sensors into one wire instead of using an extension to plug it all the way ..
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Old 04-24-2013, 01:38 PM   #3
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Yeah my bad for lack of info. I already had a dyno tune, and yes it comes from putting on LT headers. Sigh I swear this is like my 4th time driving up to this place to get my tune right smh.
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Yeah my bad for lack of info. I already had a dyno tune, and yes it comes from putting on LT headers. Sigh I swear this is like my 4th time driving up to this place to get my tune right smh.
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Most of the causes for the 1133/1155 codes are the front O2 sensor and or its wiring has a malfunction.

When guys install headers, sometimes the O2 sensors get banged up while hanging, sometimes they get crossed, the O2 sensor isn’t tight enough in the bung, or the wires can melt because they are too close to the headers all of which will prevent the sensor from doing its job as a narrow band.

The PCM detected less than 55 lean to rich or rich to lean switches on the on the sensor, or more common, that the sensor signal remained fixed between 300-600 MiliVolts (mv) during a two minute test period in closed loop. Scanning the vehicle would help.

It can be turned off so it doesn’t throw a code, but calibration normally is not a factor for the front O2 sensors to throw the code.

Your front O2 sensors are in place to retrieve an air sample pre cats. Your rear O2 sensors are in place to take an air sample after the cats to determine how effective your Cats are working.

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Old 04-25-2013, 01:57 PM   #6
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Yeah I don't have any cats so I probably just get it turned off. Will this do any harm to my vehicle?
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I trying to fix my brother car with the p1133 comes on once a year
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having cats or not doesnt play a factor with those codes. It simply checking to make sure the sensor is working.

You do want your front 02s working properly
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