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p0135

Discussion in 'Problems, Fixes, Tips...' started by hiramscodd, Feb 4, 2016.

  1. hiramscodd

    hiramscodd Copenworld Regular

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    Engine light has come on and i am getting p0135 code .

    Is that the sensor on the exhaust just under the engine thats at fault or another sensor somewhere else?

    cheers in advance
     
  2. D-i-m-o-n

    D-i-m-o-n Copenworld Newbie

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    It is an error of the FIRST oxygen sensor, which under a cowl. I had the same problem.
     

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  3. hiramscodd

    hiramscodd Copenworld Regular

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    Brilliant thanks for that
     
  4. bluehawaii90

    bluehawaii90 Copenworld Member

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    Just had the same happen on mine, is it easy to replace or am I better donning a low cut top and taking it to a garage? :p
     
  5. Number6

    Number6 Copenworld Veteran

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    You're suppose to use a special socket for O2 / lambda sensors that has a gap for the wires in the socket... but you might be able to get a spanner on it and remove it yourself. At the end of the day, it's just like replacing a bolt, albeit a bolt with a wire coming out of it :)

     
  6. hiramscodd

    hiramscodd Copenworld Regular

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    Yes the one on the exhaust manifold close to the engine you need the special socket as you cant quite get a spanner on it.

    Im going to take a punt on a Toyota one cheap off the bay before i shell out for the designated one,there are a few that seem compatible with a few different makes.
     
  7. bluehawaii90

    bluehawaii90 Copenworld Member

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    where exactly is bank 1? im guessing its underneath at the front but is there a guide to where i'm looking?
     
  8. Andrew

    Andrew Copenworld Newbie

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    They can be a real pig to get out sometimes, a flare nut spanner or oxygen sensor socket can be good but will flex if really stuck, i have used a deep socket and cut wires before.
    If your new sensor does not already come with anti seize compound on it it might be worth getting some HIGH TEMP compound (nickle/silver) that way if you have to take it out again it wont be a pain, this goes for all exhaust bolts and nuts.
     
  9. hiramscodd

    hiramscodd Copenworld Regular

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    GGGGGGRRRRR well i fitted a matching sensor to the one i removed.I cleared the codes and sadly the MIL light came back on?

    i`m now scratching my head as i have no idea what the problem is,possibly wiring?
     
  10. hiramscodd

    hiramscodd Copenworld Regular

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    So the MOT is due and they can fail on the emissions if the Oxygen sensor is faulty.

    Took it to a good mates garage who says its a faulty ECU:mad::mad::mad:

    cue some big spending:cry::cry:
     
  11. MultiplexMan

    MultiplexMan Copenworld Regular

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    Good excuse for a DSport ECU...
     
  12. hiramscodd

    hiramscodd Copenworld Regular

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    UPDATE

    I managed to get a used ECU off ebay ,this has now been fitted and matching immobaliser chip fitted to an existing key ,and WHEY:inlove::inlove::inlove: all is running fine and no lights on the dash.Happy days:p:p

    The bonus is it didnt break he bank i got mates rates of my mates garage.Plus he did a mot fof me at the same time and it passed.

    However as the missus is now learning to drive (an auto) i think the copen will be up for sale soon:worried::worried:

    So if anyone wants a cheap copen let me know,located in lancashire.
     
  13. majorwedgy

    majorwedgy Copenworld Newbie

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    For anyone else with this issue I purchased the cheapest front sensor I could get on euro car parts in this case it was a citroen c1 cost me 18 quid using one of their regular codes chopped off the sensor connector on the old one soldered it to the new, used a 22mm long reach socket to get the old off and a 22mm spanner to fit the new. Used torque Pro to reset the error code and job was a gooden. That's in a 0.7 copen
     
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