Mike Del Tergo
mdeltergo at hotmail.com
Fri Jan 2 09:43:09 EST 2004
Bernies' comments echo my findings. I tossed a slightly used O2 sensor in.
New temp sensors were not immediately avail and I did not want to drop a new
O2 in while still having a "bad" IM temp sensor. No iimediate change in
codes. Next day, all codes gone and car is happily flashing 4444. I never
get the all clear codes in the 200, usually always have the 2111.
We'll see how long it lasts!
>I doubt that the IM thermistor is actually bad, rather a false code
>associated with other problems. BTDT. As I recall, somewhere in Bentley
>the resistance vs. temp data for all the various thermistor temp sensors,
>allowing you to check the unit with an ohmeter.
> > From: "Mike Del Tergo" <mdeltergo at hotmail.com>
> > Thanks Phil,
> > I should have added that I did all the requisite tests for the sensor
> > 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
> > 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 want
>to clear the 1111 code.
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