Its probably just a bad sensor. Just wondering are there any vacum lines under the car maybe going to the trans??? Found engine vacuum in crankcase due to failed positive crankcase ventilation valve. Faulty oxygen sensors are also fairly common in European models, due to oil fouling in the exhaust system. As for the maf try cleaning it before you replace it I cleaned my maf but havent cleared the code so I dont know if that fixed it. If the code is entered incorrectly three times again the radio locks up again for 10 min. The following codes were returned. Turbocharged engines present their own symptoms, including fuel contaminated engine oil leaks that are drawn into the induction system.
My check engine light came on so I took it to an AutoZone because they give free Check Engine light diagnostics. Quote Originally Posted by 05c230komp I have the same issue bank 1 and 2 is your o2 sensors pre and post cat from what I have read. Remove the dipstick and connect a vacuum gauge. Found that there is a major leak in intake manifold. Failure to diagnose other codes, before diagnosing this code, can lead to a misdiagnosis. The waiting time runs only when the radio is switched on.
If I remember right it could be a vacuum leak. This is a malfunction in the variable-length intake manifold system. If I remember right it could be a vacuum leak. Three more incorrect entries a total of 9 incorrect attempts increase the lock-up time to 60 min. Changes in fuel delivery will be indicated by the long-term and the short-term fuel trim values. Thanks for the vin lookup.
My wife gave me some new info that may be helpful. Need to know if my engine is one of the ones with the balance shaft issues. Either the mass air flow sensor connector becomes contaminated with engine oil, the sensor hot wire becomes fouled with oil or other debris, or the air inlet pipe is cracked or broken allowing unmetered air to enter the engine. Additional fuel is indicated by fuel trim values that are above 0%. This is a malfunction in the variable-length intake manifold system. The following codes were returned.
If camshaft or crankshaft sensor codes, ignition misfire codes, or low fuel pressure codes are also present, diagnose and repair them before attempting to diagnose this code. Short term fuel trim input specifications are less critical to the conditions of this code being stored. Meaning the car will have to recheck the errors before it calls it an error and sets the engine light on. In addition, if 9 incorrect entries are made, the radio will then not operate for 24 hours. I did a forum search and a internet search for codes p2187 and p2189. Reduction in fuel is indicated by fuel trim values that are below 0%. I got the code read at AutoZone-a p2189 so I knew what it was.
Stored code p2187, p0171, P0174 for system running lean. She said it sounded really bad and the check eng light came on momentarly. Longitudinal switch flap shaft right cylinder bank on the intake manifold pupped out of its position. See related documents for a picture of the location. First i will start out but telling you who are reading this my initial codes i was pulling off of my Actron code reader. Jan 22, 2012 I've come across these codes before. I Googled the descriptions so Im not so sure as to how accurate they are but this is what i got P2004 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold Bank 2 p2189 System too lean at idle bank 2 P2187 System too lean at idle bank 1 P0012 A camshaft position.
First i will start out but telling you who are reading this my initial codes i was pulling off of my Actron code reader. Not to much info on these. I was thinking I should just start clearing up the issues the codes indicate before I pull the engine and tear it down to the balance shaft. The radio can now be operated. The next character to be entered flashes.
As for the maf try cleaning it before you replace it I cleaned my maf but havent cleared the code so I dont know if that fixed it. Smoked intake for vacuum leaks and none found. Symptoms Symptoms can include just a service engine soon lamp, poor acceleration, a hesitation or misfire upon acceleration or at start up, engine stall at start up, or there may be no symptoms at all. As for the maf try cleaning it before you replace it I cleaned my maf but havent cleared the code so I dont know if that fixed it. If vacuum is found, then the pressure regulator valve for the crankcase has failed.