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Old 11-07-2008, 11:44 AM   #1
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This is my first Workhorse..2005 w22 o2 lean bank 1 under load with short term and long term fuel trim 10+% bank 2 is normal. It has 9500 miles on it. No driveability issues, also set p0200 for injector circuit. Anyone know of any power supply problems to injector banks? seems to new to have corrosion issues. I also have a wheel speed sensor code right rear. The dealer has it now but can't reproduce the problem. Freeze frame data says the p0200 set key on eng off on a cold engine. ABS and O2 codes were under load. Any input would be great.

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This is my first Workhorse..2005 w22 o2 lean bank 1 under load with short term and long term fuel trim 10+% bank 2 is normal. It has 9500 miles on it. No driveability issues, also set p0200 for injector circuit. Anyone know of any power supply problems to injector banks? seems to new to have corrosion issues. I also have a wheel speed sensor code right rear. The dealer has it now but can't reproduce the problem. Freeze frame data says the p0200 set key on eng off on a cold engine. ABS and O2 codes were under load. Any input would be great.

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Pkthoegersen;

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Pkthoegersen,
Most of the time we find that a pin is corroded in the bulkhead connector, the chassis' are exposed to weather while waiting for the body builder. The P0200 is set because it saw too low a voltage to the injectors, if it was just one injector it usually would set a code for that particular injector...P0201 inj#1, P0202 inj#2 etc...once you fix the injector voltage problem the O2 sensor problem should go away as well. Good Luck!
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