Mike Del Tergo
mdeltergo at hotmail.com
Fri Jan 2 01:41:16 EST 2004
I should have added that I did all the requisite tests for the sensor and
all speced out OK, and all connections were/are "fine". As I went about
trying to find a new sensor, I now have the 1111 code and an O2 code! I
pulled the O2 and it was white chalky, not good looking! I will replace it
tonight and see if that code goes away and temp sensor comes back. Of
course did the "bad"
temp sensor kill the mix enough to off the O2, and will it again before I
can find a replacement.
And I still wan to clear the 1111 code.
Too many Audis, too little time!
>If you haven't already looked under the IM temp sensor's rubber boot, then
>do so in order to verify that there are good electrical connections. I
>believe the factory connectors are welded/crimped, but if there's been a
>previous effort to fix or replace the sensor, you might find a badly
>soldered connection (that's what I found on one of my cars--but even worse,
>there was a stray strand of wire shorting across the sensor terminals).
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