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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-01-2010
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Exclamation Ugh.. P2195 and P2197. 2004 Mustang GT

I no longer have the p0174.. atleast for now, however.. as I suspected.. I have a 2195 and 2197.. stuck lean codes on b1 and b2. And whatever else the code means. I'm assuming that this is the 02 sensors. I am getting my car on the lift tomorrow so.. what should I look out for? What are your diagnoses's?

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-02-2010
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Try buying new o2 sensors. Make sure your MAF is clean as well as your air filter.


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O2 sensors have been known to go bad, replacing them would be a step in the right direction IMO

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Okay. Thanks guys!
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back to a p0174.. any ideas? lean on bank 2..
post #6 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-04-2010
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back to a p0174.. any ideas? lean on bank 2..
did you really seal your EGR? tighten it down all the way. we pretty much have suggested everything in your other 3 threads as well. without actually being there, it's going to be tough to diagnose. i bet it is somehting that somebody has already suggested. check all of your other threads, write down everything we suggested, and go to the shop. show them the list and check them off one by one.

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okay. im actually waiting for my 02 sensor to come in.. and all threads have been different codes... and yes, the egr is completely sealed. I know this because #1 theres no more hissing sound. #2 there is not more 2197 or 2195. it went back to an 0174.

and ok im going to get them all checked off.
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