P0152 CHEVROLET code

What the P0152 code means. P0152 is the OBD-II generic code indicating that the O2 sensor for bank 2 sensor 1 fails to have a lower voltage output below 1.2 volts for more than 10 seconds indicating a lack of oxygen in the exhaust stream or a short to power in the sensor circuit.

What causes a P0152 code?

Code P0152 is triggered when the Engine Control Module (ECM) detects an abnormally high voltage (approximately 1.2V or higher) on the signal circuit of the bank 2 sensor 1 Oxygen (O2) Sensor for an extended period of time. Bank 1 is the bank with cylinder 1, bank 2 is the opposite bank.

What does P0152 mean?

Also, they can only indicate the nature and location of the problem and not the root cause. Listed below are some of the likely reasons why the P0152 code sets: Faulty oxygen sensor. Faulty oxygen sensor wiring or connections. A rich running condition (too much fuel)

How do I fix code P0158?

What repairs can fix the P0158 code?

  1. Replace the rear oxygen sensor.
  2. Repair any oxygen sensor wires that have shorted out, are broken or exposed.
  3. Make necessary repairs to remedy the excessive fuel pressure.
  4. Replace engine coolant temperature sensor if it is necessary.

How do I fix code p0174?

Zitat von Youtube: You can spray the maf sensor cleaner onto the wire perpendicularly to the ground so that it won't damage the maf sensor reinstall the maf sensor back in the car after it gets dry.

How do I fix code P0152?

What repairs can fix the P0152 code?

  1. Scanning and clearing the fault codes, verifying if the code returns, and checking the data for high voltage output.
  2. Replacing the shorted O2 sensor for bank 2 sensor 1.
  3. Repairing the shorted or burned wiring or connection to the O2 sensor for bank 2 sensor.

What O2 sensor is bank 2 sensor 2?

Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) P0158 stands for O2 Sensor Circuit High Voltage (Bank 2, Sensor 2). The O2 sensor 2 is the downstream O2 sensor and it measures the amount of oxygen in the exhaust gases leaving the catalytic converter (cat).

What is a bank 1 O2 sensor?

It is the sensor that measures the oxygen content in the exhaust, providing an input to the computer, which determines how to adjust the air/fuel ratio.

Which side is Bank 2 sensor1?

Bank 2 Sensor 1 (a.k.a. B2S1) is located on the side of the engine with cylinder 2 in the firing order and the O2 sensor situated in front of the catalytic converter. Depending on the car’s make and driver orientation, it could be found on either the driver or passenger side of a vehicle.