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Old 11 Nov 2016, 02:36 pm
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Default error codes P0133, P0134 AND P0135

I have a 2002 Pt touring Edition 2.4 Automatic, 120,000 miles
I changed the O2 on the engine, but every week or so I get these other errors?
P0134 and P0135 comes back often.

I have read on here about the PCM or ECM as a possible issue.

I mainly get the errors after driving about 20 miles and stopping and then after a hour one will pop up? I have a code reader that I keep in the car to clear them out.

The main issues is when I am driving down the road and I take my foot off the gas and coast a bit then step back on the gas I get a bit of a hesitation and a code to be followed down the road.

The PCM or ECM on the fire wall seems to of been replaced already. I bought the car with 90,000 miles a year back.

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Old 11 Nov 2016, 02:52 pm
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Default Re: error codes P0133, P0134 AND P0135

Welcome to the forum.

Have you checked the wires going to the 02 sensor? Which 02 sensor did you replace?

02sensor002.jpg

P0133 HO2S Slow Response Bank 1 Sensor 1
P0134 HO2S Circuit Insufficient Activity Bank 1 Sensor 1
P0135 HO2S Heater Performance Bank 1 Sensor 1
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Old 16 Nov 2016, 12:58 pm
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Default Re: error codes P0133, P0134 AND P0135

I replaced the O2 in the picture that you posted.

I get P0132, P0134 and P0135 errors to come up.

Looked at the top of sensor and it looks good, no bent wire or anything?

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Old 16 Nov 2016, 10:54 pm
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P0133 -O2 (B1 S1) Slow Response

Possible Causes:
Exhaust leak present in the exhaust manifold or exhaust pipes
1. O2 element is fuel contaminated
2. O2 element is deteriorated or it has failed

P0134 - O2 (B1 S1) Remains At Center

Possible Causes:
Exhaust leak present in exhaust manifold or exhaust pipes
1. O2 element is fuel contaminated or has deteriorated
2. O2S signal circuit or ground circuit has high resistance
3. PCM has failed

P0135 - O2 (B1 S1) Heater Circuit

Possible Causes:
1. ASD relay output (power) circuit to the heater is open
2. O2 heater ground circuit is open
3. O2 heater element is damaged or has high resistance
4. PCM has failed

I would suggest checking to see if you are getting voltage to the 02 sensor.
If no voltage I would check the ASD relay wire going to the 02 sensor.
If wire is okay I would check the ASD relay.
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Old 17 Nov 2016, 01:18 pm
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Default Re: error codes P0133, P0134 AND P0135

Thanks,
Will check those things out.

It has been cold around here and I have Knock Knock, not had a check engine light come on in the last three days.

I am guessing that could play into the issue with the codes also?

I also read that I should of used a NKG O2 sensor? I picked mine up at Auto zone.

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The brand of the 02 sensor is not so much of an issue as how we install the new 02 sensors.

The key to successfully replacing any HO2 or O2 sensor.

Spray area of sensor with a air dry cleaner
Remove sensor from exhaust component.
Either use a tap and chase the thread or a small wire brush to clean the threads.
Apply a very small amount of anti-seize to the threads.
Using only a Oxygen sensor installation socket install and torque to value as per the instructions from the sensor used or as per a Factory Service Manual.
Apply dielectric grease to the connector housing and re-connect with the chassis harness
Secure the harness away from direct contact of exhaust components.
Using a Diagnostic tool go into the diagnostic connector and check and clear any codes making note of any existing codes.
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