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Old 03-13-2014, 10:49 PM   #1
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P013c code?

I did a search for the p013c code and can't come up with any answers... Lots of Chryslers seem to show up in my search but I'm not entirely sure if it would be the same. Came on about 2 miles from home tonight after spirited acceleration. No problems or weird noises... Oil level is fine...

Does anyone have info on this code? Thanks. Sorry for any grammatical errors... Typing on iPad with fat fingers.

Car is a 10 ls3 and has been tuned for 3+ years with no appreciable problems. Thanks!
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Old 03-14-2014, 12:28 AM   #2
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(O2 sensor slow response Rich to lean bank 2 sensor 2)
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Old 03-14-2014, 12:44 AM   #3
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(O2 sensor slow response Rich to lean bank 2 sensor 2)
Thanks man! I will get it in. Wonder if ok to drive...
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shouldnt be an issue to drive its sensor 2 so no biggie
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Old 03-14-2014, 10:13 AM   #5
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Have you noticed any cold start issues or slight idle oscillations ? Only asking since usually the O2 sensor only does cat monitoring but I have now heard from tuners and mechanics that the new DI systems are using the rear sensors for more now effecting cold starting and or warm idle oscillations when these sensors start to fail.
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Old 03-14-2014, 11:17 AM   #6
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Have you noticed any cold start issues or slight idle oscillations ? Only asking since usually the O2 sensor only does cat monitoring but I have now heard from tuners and mechanics that the new DI systems are using the rear sensors for more now effecting cold starting and or warm idle oscillations when these sensors start to fail.
Honestly, I have had no issues... At least none apprecible. The baffle in my muffler came loose again, but that's purely coincidental, methinks.

The dealer is now telling me it's not really good to drive and also quoted me $350-$450 to replace. Isn't the o2 like a $30 part? I may have to look up a replacement guide and just do it myself.
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Thanks for the feedback, the delco sensors are about $60 apiece for fronts and a little cheaper for the rears. They will also bag you for 1hr tech time for each sensor. They could be replacing both rear sensor and that would add up to about what they are quoting. I would hope this is covered by the engine warranty.
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Old 03-14-2014, 02:00 PM   #8
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Honestly, I have had no issues... At least none apprecible. The baffle in my muffler came loose again, but that's purely coincidental, methinks.

The dealer is now telling me it's not really good to drive and also quoted me $350-$450 to replace. Isn't the o2 like a $30 part? I may have to look up a replacement guide and just do it myself.

its more than 30 dollars but you can do it your self for less than an hour time....
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Old 03-14-2014, 03:48 PM   #9
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Well, just in case anyone else runs into this the dealer charges about $79 for the part (called and verified) and they are available on GM Parts Direct for about $48.

http://catalog.gmpartsdirect.co/?sea...i=2&type=parts

I will likely order, try to put it in and let you guys know how it goes.
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Thanks for the feedback, the delco sensors are about $60 apiece for fronts and a little cheaper for the rears. They will also bag you for 1hr tech time for each sensor. They could be replacing both rear sensor and that would add up to about what they are quoting. I would hope this is covered by the engine warranty.
They were trying to tell me this would be under bumper to bumper (expired last June). I'm also doubting whether it would be covered considering the headers and tune on the car. The 02s get relocated if memory serves, so I'll bet dollars to doughnuts they will blame that. Thanks for the info, though!
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cant hurt to check and see....if there a mod friendly dealer than they will prolly warranty it
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