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Old 26th June 2020, 04:44 AM
hunker7 hunker7 is offline
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Default Error codes; help needed

Hi guys, I have few codes that keep coming back and I can't seem to find why.

16514/P0130/000304 - Oxygen (Lambda) Sensor B1 S1: Malfunction in Circuit

16534/P0150 - Oxygen (Lambda) Sensor B2 S1: Malfunction in Circuit

17538/P1130 - Fuel Trim; Bank 2 (Mult): System too Lean

17536/P1128/004392 - Fuel Trim; Bank 1 (Mult): System too Lean

17538/P1130 - Fuel Trim; Bank 2 (Mult): System too Lean

Lambda sensors have been replaced (Bosch) and MAF seems to be working fine. Any ideas?
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Old 26th June 2020, 07:19 AM
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If the probes are new and decent quality, sounds like it might be a wiring problem to at least one of them? Probably some wire tracing required.....
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Old 26th June 2020, 07:31 AM
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The first thing which springs to mind for 'system too lean' is vacuum hoses & crank breather pipework. If they are broken / leaking and allowing fresh air in to the engine after the MAF it will cause the engine to run lean, and the ECU many not be able to compensate with fuel trim.

That might also explain the O2 sensor malfunction codes - if the ECU can't get the fuel trim in order it might conclude that the O2 sensors are giving bad data. I'm hypothesising there though.

Carb cleaner is a good way to detect vacuum leaks - spray it around hoses and joints, especially the crankcase breather plastic pipes. If the engine sucks any in it will cough for a moment.
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