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Guys,
I am hoping at least one of you can guide me.
I have a check engine light on with a code of P1135.:sosad:. The car is Camry 2001-4 cyl.
The OBD reads " Factory installed air fuel ratio malfunction"
Any one knows what this exactly could be?:confused:
I understand these codes are not an exact science but guesses are fine.
Also let me know any auto repair service chain that's reliable.

Thanks for the help folks.
Saurabh
 

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Chronoti,
its not P0135, IT IS P1135.
It may be a O2 sensor, but the code is P1135. Its regarding air/fuel ratio so it could be anywhere from the mass flow sensor to an EFO sensor

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saurg said:
Chronoti,
its not P0135, IT IS P1135.
It may be a O2 sensor, but the code is P1135. Its regarding air/fuel ratio so it could be anywhere from the mass flow sensor to an EFO sensor

Please help
P1135 A/F Sensor Heater Circuit Malfunction (Bank 1 Sensor 1)

Possible causes-
-Open or short in heater circuit of A/F sensor

-A/F sensor heater

-ECM


(Make sure you find out if you have either federal of california emissions) because at times they use different parts. Also the california emissions camry part are more expensive than the federal emission.):sosad:
 

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well I got it checked and it was the bank 1 sensor 1.
It seems that my car is calfornia reg. so the sensor is expensive $ 221.
+labor 63.00 how does this sound to you guys..? expensive? or expected...
Thanks for the help
 

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you dont even need a manual, just a wrench with i think it was 19mm. thats the sensor cloest to the firewall. took me like 20 min to replace that one.
 

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chronoti said:
you dont even need a manual, just a wrench with i think it was 19mm. thats the sensor cloest to the firewall. took me like 20 min to replace that one.
You're right. It's pretty easy to change the o2 sensor that is before the cat. I'd recommend looking around for the cheapest price o2 sensor for cali emissions and do it yourself.
You can use the money you would've spent on labor for some ie.. good food, gas and a oil change:eek:hyeah:

Just
 

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chronoti said:
you dont even need a manual, just a wrench with i think it was 19mm. thats the sensor cloest to the firewall. took me like 20 min to replace that one.
You're right. It's pretty easy to change the o2 sensor that is before the cat. I'd recommend looking around for the cheapest price o2 sensor for cali emissions and do it yourself.
You can use the money you would've spent on labor for some ie.. good food, gas and a oil change:eek:hyeah:

Just take a look under the hood and you'll realize just how easy it's going to be.:whatwhat:
 
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