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Old 02 Jun 2017, 07:56 am
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Just got my pt yesterday. had a code for O2 sensor bank one srnsor 2 .p0141.heat circut. I cleaned the connection and cleared the code, drove 10 mi and no code yet..what is the common thing here, what do I expect?, thanks for any insight.
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Just got my pt yesterday. had a code for O2 sensor bank one srnsor 2 .p0141.heat circut. I cleaned the connection and cleared the code, drove 10 mi and no code yet..what is the common thing here, what do I expect?, thanks for any insight.
Sometimes the O2 heater circuit shorts out blowing fuse #13. Suggest waiting to see if the code comes back. Did you reset the code with an OBDII Scan Tool?
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Sometimes the O2 heater circuit shorts out blowing fuse #13. Suggest waiting to see if the code comes back. Did you reset the code with an OBDII Scan Tool?
yes with the tool. where is the 13 fuse located?
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yes with the tool. where is the 13 fuse located?
reading that the 13 fuse is fuel pump?
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Old 02 Jun 2017, 08:48 am
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not sure of your level of tech.. but to check the heating element, you should have 4-6 ohms between pins 1 and 2 on the o2's connector, checking the sensor connector with the sensor unhooked.

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you night also check the ground wire at the body... which i cant seem to find quickly in alldata right now. grumble. there's groups of grounds in the inner fenders, and one underhood near the ecu
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I heard there is a fuse?..any ideas on the location and number?
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Default Re: how do I address this code?

Someone mentioned fuse #13 above.?!
Disconnect the negative terminal then clean the cluster of grounds on the inner left fender . I don't have an airbox but I'm certain it will need to be removed to access it.
Give that a try.
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