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Old 07-23-2014, 01:52 AM
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CEL P0132; Engine bogging down

Recently installed cat-back system, and a magnaflow cat to pass smog test. I installed the cat-back a couple days ago, followed by the cat a day later. I also connected a new vacuum hose that had been severed. Its the hose that goes from the intake control solenoid valve to the intake control diaphragm.

The hose/cat were installed around 3:00pm, and I had a ton of errands to run all day, so the engine never really got a chance to cool down. After the cat was installed I removed negative terminal on battery to reset CEL, but it came right back on, so I went to pep boys and they got a P0132 code (O2 circuit high voltage: bank 1, sensor 1).

At about 7:30pm I went to do laundry. Up to this point the car was running normal. I left the Laundromat at around 9:00pm so the engine had about 1.5 hours to cool down and the ambient (outside) temp also dropped from ~90 - ~70. On my way home, the engine started bogging down when I was approaching 3000RPM, felt like it was just going to die.

The car sat over night and I drove it to work this morning and I didn't notice the issue at all. Sat all day in the heat then I drove home and still didn't notice it. Then after work, the car sat for maybe 2-3 hours, and when I went to drive it again, it started happening again. It would bog down, then if I let off the gas some and then got on it again, it would like spring back to life and be normal for a bit. I got about a mile away from my apartment and while driving, the CEL started flashing.

anyone know WTF is going on with my Lude? hard to imaging all this from installing a cat and cat-back system. Also hard to imagine it's just a coincidence that it only started happing after the install. I'm at a loss

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Re: CEL P0132; Engine bogging down

CEL HELP: P0132 1 Primary Heated Oxygen Sensor Circuit High Voltage (Sensor 1).
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Re: CEL P0132; Engine bogging down

If your check engine light is flashing it means it's missing bad enough for it to cause potential harm to the engine...Was that code that pepboys gave you the only code? I would start with the oxygen sensor anyway since you have a code for it..your oxygen sensors work on a variable voltage and when one gets stuck on a high voltage it will not be able to give the correct signal to your pcm and in turn will make your car run like crap. Good luck man let us know what you find out.
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Re: CEL P0132; Engine bogging down

So I replaced the upstream O2 sensor, and disconnected negative battery for a while to reset ECU. CEL has not come back on, and finally passed a smog test earlier today.

I had pep boys do the advanced diagnostic before replacing the O2 sensor, and something else interesting came up. On there advance code reader, it shows permanent and temporary CEL codes. The O2 sensor code was a "permanent" code, there was however a "temporary" code. I don't remember the code number, but it said something along the lines of "any cylinder misfire" It did not say a specific cylinder. I went to check the spark plugs and when I pulled out the first wire, there was a **** ton of oil in there, as well as in the remaining 3.

Looking into replacing the seals. I found a TUT on another website, as well as a youtube vid, by ericthecarguy, but that was for an accord motor, which had a single cam shaft, that was under the rocker shaft. I'm assuming the procedure will be similar, but that particular accord motor has upper and lower spark plug well seals, If I understand what I'm looking at in the manual for my car, there are only upper seals

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Re: CEL P0132; Engine bogging down

Another name for temporary codes is "pending" codes. They are problems that the pcm has noticed but the car has not yet gone through the proper drive cycle in order to set it as an actual (permanent) code that will turn your check engine light on. A lot of times if you notice that your car isn't running right but the check engine light isn't on a pending code will be stored already and can go ahead and give you an idea of where to start looking. That random or multiple misfire code would have soon became a permanent code. And yes the spark plug seals (or grommets as a lot of manufacturers call them) are a good thing to replace pretty much any time you change the valve cover gasket...some come with it and they just call it a kit
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Re: CEL P0132; Engine bogging down

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Another name for temporary codes is "pending" codes. They are problems that the pcm has noticed but the car has not yet gone through the proper drive cycle in order to set it as an actual (permanent) code that will turn your check engine light on. A lot of times if you notice that your car isn't running right but the check engine light isn't on a pending code will be stored already and can go ahead and give you an idea of where to start looking. That random or multiple misfire code would have soon became a permanent code. And yes the spark plug seals (or grommets as a lot of manufacturers call them) are a good thing to replace pretty much any time you change the valve cover gasket...some come with it and they just call it a kit
Thanks. I didn't know about the pending codes. Yeah, as far as I can tell my valve cover gasket is fine, no leaking in that area at all. The bottom half of the motor is another story. I could've bought just the tube seals, but might as well replace the valve cover seal anyways. Only $33 for the kit.

I'm going to start replacing the easier gaskets/seals on the bottom end then have the engine steam cleaned so I can see if its still leaking and if it is, track them down. I just really hope its not the head gasket, because that's a lot of work to change out
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Re: CEL P0132; Engine bogging down

the h series motors are pretty notorious for oil leaks so don't be surprised if you fix one leak and find another soon after, fixing one will put pressure on other weak areas so just replace as many seals/gaskets as you can together or close to the same time. good luck to ya man
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