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Old 09-10-2015, 09:24 PM
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P0300 p0132- please help me!

Does anyone know if a bad 02 sensor could cause bank 1 to misfire completely.
Car Starts fine, as soon as it gets past the initial higher than normal rpm, the whole bank drops out.
Have new plugs, leads, coil pack, there is a good arc on the coils too.
Any help would be greatly appreciated on this one!

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It's possible. Does it do it hot or cold ? Do you have any diagnostic equipment to check the voltage output from the O2 sensor to the ECM ? What year and mileage ?

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Does it hot, I've got 2.4v/1.9v on terminals of all sensors.
I just tested them with a heat gun and two of the 4 are reaching. .9v
Which ones are upstream? I had a new exhaust installed a few months back, I'm not sure if the dude put them as about
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2008, 65,000 miles
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The upstream one's are closest to the engine, if it's doing it when hot then it's more than likely your bank 1 upstream sensor. The voltage output should be 0.1v to 0.9v The ECM operates in a open loop when cold and does not look at info from O2 sensors until they are up to temperature.
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Hey. Same problem here.
90k km hm.... i meen 55.000 miles
How do you solved the problem? O2 sensor? Sparks?
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