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bigearmouse
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posted 08-30-2004 06:36 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for bigearmouse     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
My battery was broken and I got a new one. After that, I have it run for less than one week and 50miles. The Engine check light hasnt come back yet.
P1130: A/F Sensor Circuit Range/Performance (Bank 1 Sensor 1) (Toyota)
P1135: A/F Sensor Heater Circuit Malfunction (Bank 1 Sensor 1) (Toyota)

For detailed information about my car please refer to the former thread I have post.

Does anyone have any idea about this problem?

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STL-Dave
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posted 08-31-2004 02:45 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for STL-Dave     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
So the check engine light is off, but there are still codes stored in memory or what? Your new message is not clear. You got it retested? Codes can be stored in memory for a long time after PCM decides that problem has been fixed. It will clear its memory when enough warm-up cycles have been run.

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bigearmouse
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posted 09-01-2004 03:11 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for bigearmouse     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I am not so familar with this stuff. The guy in the inspection station just gave me a report which I showed in the other article. I check the check engine light, which doesn't come out when I turn the key on.
I never got it reseted, but the car lost power and couldn't start due to the bad battery days ago. I replaced it and hasn't driven much. I think the information in the memory could be lost if the car lost power. And also check engine light may also be off due to the battery. That's why I got too many Unreadys in the report. And also there's error codes coming out of the computer. It's a 99 toyota camery. I may guess that part of the problem is caused by the car's losing power and hasn't reached the drive cycle because I only drove like 50 miles on the local road after my car lost power for several weeks. But what does the error code mean? Could that happen because of the drive cycle or just mean the mentioned sensor or heater circuit is bad?

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Originally posted by STL-Dave:
So the check engine light is off, but there are still codes stored in memory or what? Your new message is not clear. You got it retested? Codes can be stored in memory for a long time after PCM decides that problem has been fixed. It will clear its memory when enough warm-up cycles have been run.

[This message has been edited by bigearmouse (edited 09-01-2004).]

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rtjohnson1964
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posted 09-02-2004 02:22 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for rtjohnson1964   Click Here to Email rtjohnson1964     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
ok, here's the deal, first before your battery died,
was the check engine light on??if so and after installing a battery the light is not on but there are codes in the computer, they are hard codes!!
the toyota-lexus systems will keep hard codes after loosing power IE(dead battery) also this is a 2 trip (50 miles)each or a total of 100 miles and mutiple trips before the engine light comes back on if it resets because of a code.also before it can be emissions tested IE(not ready) on so many items!!!

so being a Toyota-Lexus Technician, here is what you need to do.
1.P01130-P01135 air fuel sensor(common problem!) take it and have the air fuel snsor replaced***be forwarned if this is a V-6 you have a 50-50 chance that it will be seized in the manifold and you will have to replace the manifold also)
A. airfuel sensor test&reset and replace sensor should be about 1 hour in labor and $60-80 for the part
B. airfuel sensor test&reset and replace exhaust manifold and sensor should be about 4-5 hours in
labor +parts sensor $60-80 manifold ???

2. make sure the shop that does the work clears
all the codes(including hard codes!) then you will need to drive your vehicle 2 or mores trips adding up to 100 miles
3. then take and have you emissions test done

another thing to be aware of on this car make sure when tightening gas cap that it is tight!!!!! this will
cause a Evaporative emissions presure test failure and cause a check enine light and code of P0442 or P0446
if you have any questions feel free to write me back my e-mail is listed
Robert aka rtjohnson1964


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InspectorGadget
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posted 09-19-2004 08:17 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for InspectorGadget     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
rtjohnson1964

Question: I have the same trouble code of P1135 for a 1999 Toyota Sienna, but when I looked further into the cost of the air/fuel sensor alone, I came up with an approximate cost of $280. The part number I found was: C5015-137304

In your post, you mentioned that the part should be $60-$80. Does a dealer make that much of a markup on the part?

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EarnieG
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posted 09-28-2004 03:45 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for EarnieG   Click Here to Email EarnieG     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
My 2001 Toyota Sienna has the P01135 code. I bought the replacement part for $280. I was planning on doing the replacement myself, since the dealer was going to charge $410 for the labor. Has anyone changed this part? it is the one on the rear manifold. I can't figure out how to reach it.

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