5KTQ engine fault codes 2141 and 2322
bernard.littau at gmail.com
Wed Oct 24 21:48:36 PDT 2007
I would solder them. You may want to add some additional wire to each side
to provide some strain relief -- the engine moves quite a bit on those
power-shifts. You can bullet connector crimp on the additional wire, but I
would solder to the sensor.
On 10/24/07, JeffreyZentner at aol.com <JeffreyZentner at aol.com> wrote:
> My wires to the sensor are connected with alligator clips, is there a
> better way?
> In a message dated 10/23/2007 9:07:05 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
> bernard.littau at gmail.com writes:
> Fix the 2322 first, the 2141 may be a symptom of 2322.
> 2322 is the air temperature sensor. It's usually caused by the wires
> breaking somewhere from the engine to the sensor in the inter-cooler. First
> do a gut-check on the sensor itself. You can find how to do this here:
> If the sensor is ok, then do the check at the ECU. Even if the ECU side
> check is ok it could be an intermittent open or short, so inspect the
> wiring, especially at the connector to the sensor.
> If the sensor is open, or the sensor is bad and reading hotter, the ECU
> will think you have hot, less dense, air and will lean out the mixture.
> This can cause pinging, and the 2141 code.
> Woodinville, WA
> '88 5ktq
> On 10/23/07, JeffreyZentner at aol.com <mailto:JeffreyZentner at aol.com<JeffreyZentner at aol.com>>
> > Hi All
> > I have an 88 5KTQ I have finally gotten the fault codes 2141, and 2322
> > 2141, I running regular gas is this the problem or could it be
> > something
> > else?
> > 2322, "Open or short circuit Defective sensor or wiring Symptom: Slight
> > power
> > loss, Increase in fuel consumption", what causes this?
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