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P2195 car stalls after cold start

Fix codes P2195 car stalls after cold start Lack of O2 sensor switches, Bank1, Ford Focus Ford has issued a technical service bulletin (TSB) 04-21-13 to address DTC P2195, car stalls after cold start. Lack of O2 sensor switches, Bank1, on 2003-04 Ford Focus vehicles with the 2.0L SPI (split port induction-single overhead cam) engine. The symptoms occur in extremely cold weather (-4°F) or lower and exhibits as a stall at idle while warming up and the check engine light is lit. The problem may be caused by the PCV valve. … Read More

P2195 Toyota

Fix code P2195 Toyota This P2195 Toyota is a manufacturer-specific trouble code for Toyota vehicles. It refers to the air-fuel sensor. The air-fuel sensor in Toyota vehicles is a more sophisticated oxygen sensor than you’ll find on other makes. It’s more expensive too, so don’t automatically assume that you can get by with throwing a new one in. The sensor could be telling you the truth and you really do have a lean condition going on. © 2012 Rick Muscoplat

P0171 P0174 P2195 P2197 – Toyota

Fix trouble codes P0171 P0174 P2195 P2197 – Toyota Some 2005-06 Camry’s and Solaras may set any or all of these codes: P0171 P0174 P2195 P2197 P0171 (System Too Lean [Bank 1]), P0174 (System Too Lean [Bank 2]), P2195 (Oxygen [A/F] Sensor Signal Stuck Lean [Bank 1, Sensor 1]), P2197 (Oxygen [A/F] Sensor Signal Stuck Lean [Bank 2, Sensor 1]). The problem has been traced to a faulty Air Fuel (A/F) sensor. If you have these codes, check your VIN code first because the problem covered by this TSB (#EG061-05)was … Read More

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