I take it into get smogged and it fails. There is an 02 sensor on each side and maybe a third behind the catalytic converter to monitor it's efficiency. This gasket change was easy enough for me to do. I drove with it on for a few months and several thousand miles with pretty much no problems. Just over 100k miles on my Corolla and this is the first fault.
So far it hasn't come back. Sensor is on top of the transmission. Should I replace it again to the orange one? Honestly I am at a total loss of what to do next. My check engine light came on the other day while I was driving on the highway. If so, the sensor is faulty and will need to be replaced.
Put it all back together. Until recently, the engine started having trouble when I first started it up. Next time I'll just replace the injectors. This will not affect the way the engine accelerates. Once you have installed the new intake manifold gasket, you are ready to install the intake back onto the car. I had knocked loose some kind of vacuum hose when I pulled out the intake manifold. Most automotive components are made by companies and sold to car manufacturers or the after market.
Too bad I did not catch your post. First the air intake boot could be cracked or ripped allowing non-metered engine air intake to be consumed. I am going to defer to your expertise, but I just want to ask if you've considered that lean-running engines. So how does Toyota recommend repairing the problem? This very well could be caused by the code P0174 System Too Lean Bank 2. My matrix has been giving me this error code for a little while and I was hoping someone could point me in the direction of what could be causing it. I could have done better at a Junk Yard!! If they are past their reccomended service time change them. I learned that sometimes it's possible to overanalyze modern cars.
Some parts are different, and some are dealer only. Consult your service manual for it's location if you need help. I am also noticing poor gas mileage. However, keep in mind, the theory and operation is still the same when it comes to a lean condition on the V8 engine and all other internal combustion engines with this similar Toyota fuel system. Dude, you need more tools. Failing to can lead to false positives.
Will need to find out what the codes are now if that's the only code left then indeed they are separate problems. If not you may need to find someone with a good scan tool to interpret the data stream. I take it back to the dealership and get a full service for 105k. Not sure if that problem has been solved or there is a separate problem, but, as I'm told, this morning, black smoke was coming out of the tail pipe. For this test, voltages just under 4 volts are normal.
Check also if the solenoid operates. . So I put it in neutral and gave it gas. Reading this, seems like I should ask about the intake gasket. I saw there are two Vehicle Speed Sensors for my car combination meter and electronically controlled trnsmission on your diagram.
I reset it and the check light came on a day later as I was driving down the main st in town and braking again! I showed my husband this information he was a bit skeptical too and he replaced the intake gasket. Thank you very much for this guide. I haven't done more work looking into it since then. Now toyota says it needs a new transmission. The funny thing is that with p0171 code, my Mileage went up from 23-24 Miles per Gallon to 25-26 Miles per Gallon. Bank 2 is simply the other bank.
He also said that if my car starts to act funny to bring it right in as well. We have the same problem with a 2006 Matrix. Most in-line 4-cylinder engines have only one bank: Bank 1. Why the toyota technical bulletin didn't mention about that? Nearly all Toyota gasoline engines strive for a 14. The car starts and drives good except the check engine light. If no exhaust leak is detected continue to the next step. On this particular engine, it is the intake manifold gasket that goes bad and leaks engine vacuum resulting in this code.