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Old 07-26-2007, 05:35 PM   #1
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Hi all. I have 99 HR Endeavor on F-53 chassis.
I need help. I am getting a P1131 code. Scanner says "Insuff. Switching O2 Bank 1 Sensor 1 Sensor/Lean". The I/M monitors in the scanner also says "Oxygen Sens Mon Inc(incomplete)" and "Oxygen Sens Htr Inc(incomplete). In looking up Ford codes on the internet, that code says to refer to code P1130 for possable causes. In that code section, oil overfill is listed as a probable cause. I just HAD my oil changed by a Pontiac dealership. The oil level is at the top hole on the incorrect dip stick. This tells me that it is overfull. What's the chances that this is the problem? Any help/advice is appreciated. Thanks. OBTW which side is bank 1, driver or passenger?
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Well, it's not the oil overfill causing the problem. I'll start this afternoon checking the sensor. Anybody have a trouble shooting procedure for this?
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Problem solved. Bad O2 sensor bank 1. Passenger side. Replaced. On the road again.
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Terry looks like you found your answer thanks from everyone with your postings.
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