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02 sensor Heater fuse ? code P1132 

 

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 Post subject: 02 sensor Heater fuse ? code P1132
Posted: Mon Mar 13, 2017 11:23 pm 
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Have got a BA here throwing up a few codes but one that keeps coming up is the P1132 have tried changing the 02 sensor , still keeps coming back car runs excessively rich , Map sensor reads 20hg i believe the measurement so its reading vacuum well

No vacuum leaks,
Have got a set of reco injectors in , fuel pump done a year ago but going to do fuel pump and fit a new FPR as i hear they can clog up the screens and cause excessive pressure

Is there anything else i should be looking at

I have had a similar drama with a Mazda which happened to be a 02 sensor fuse

Has the BA got a 02 sensor heater fuse i cannot seem to find one if so can someone please point me in the right direction have tried google but no luck hah
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 Post subject: Re: 02 sensor Heater fuse ? code P1132
Posted: Tue Mar 14, 2017 3:01 pm 
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Is this the error code you are getting? Or, you might want to check this site for answers?
Ford Error Codes
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===PCM DTC P1132-63===
Code: P1132 - HO2S11 not switching correctly. Sensor indicates rich.

Additional Fault Symptom:
Status:

Module: Powertrain Control Module

Diagnostic Trouble Code details

HO2S11 not switching correctly. Sensor indicates rich.

Low Manifold Vacuum on TMAP systems only.

High Fuel Pressure

This DTC may be caused by :

Air intake restriction
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