When the P0132 trouble code has been stored by the power control module, it is an indication of a problem with the 02 oxygen sensor. Specifically, that the oxygen sensor has stayed at a high voltage for too long without switching back.
How do I fix code P0132?
What Repairs Can Fix the P0132 Code?
- Replace oxygen sensor.
- Replace mass air flow sensor.
- Fix fuel system.
- Repair wiring or electrical fault.
- Update PCM.
- Replace PCM.
- Replace engine coolant temperature sensor.
How is P0132 diagnosed?
Code P0132 is triggered when the PCM detects that your heated oxygen sensor reading is too high. This happens when the oxygen sensor voltage stays above a certain threshold for a select amount of time. The code is also triggered if the air-fuel ratio stayed in a rich-biased condition for too long.
How do you fix a high voltage O2 sensor?
Zitat von Youtube: Make sure the new injector has new seals. And never use the old seals. Over when you change the fuel injectors. Change them all as a set otherwise the engine will run unevenly.
What causes high voltage O2 sensor?
The high voltage condition from the O2 sensor is indicating a lack of oxygen in the exhaust or other related problems, such as a leaking fuel injector or a broken up catalyst inside.
Which 02 sensor is bank 1 sensor 2?
Zitat von Youtube: Usually on your exhaust monitor guys on the exhaust.
What side of the engine is Bank 2?
Zitat von Youtube: On this particular engine cylinder number 1 is on the left side. Making it the bank 1 side bank 2 is located on the opposite.