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Old 08-26-2011, 04:27 PM
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I will have to get under there and check soon, would do it not but just got some dental work done today and feel like crap. Hope there is a quick fix, think these codes/shorted circuit is causing me to have really bad mpg.
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If it is a melted wire it shouldn't be too bad of a fix. I had the same thing happen after I reinstalled my trans after installing my converter. A couple minutes of wire splicing and the problem was gone for good.
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okay I will let ya know about what I find under there. I googled p0135 and it looks like its a bank 1 sensor 1 problem and I have the replacement sensor sitting in my shed so I think if I replace that sensor it may fix that code?
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Did you add these Non-Foulers before or after the Cats?

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non foulers are for the rear sensors. dont touch the fronts.
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Ok - looks like I'll be doing it Saturday.. curious to see how well it works.

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