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Old 04-27-2006, 10:24 PM   #11
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Thanx guys for all the help I am going tomarrow to buy a volt tester to check the wiring and I will make sure to check the connections.

I kinda thought that it could be the wiring because I know code p0134 means there is no signal coming from the front o2 sensor.But like I said I was reading a gm text manual and it said that p0134 can also mean that you can have bad fuel or a leaking injector or even missfires can setr off the p0134 code.

But I will start off with first checking the volts in the wiring and maybe even go as far as to change the female end on the connector.

Can you guys tell me what causes missfire???I persume its caused by bad plugs or wires or off timed,can bad fuel cause a missfire...I think so.

I also thought that maybe my ex girlfriend put something in my tank because she was out to get me back after we broke up...but thats probably not the problem I will let u guys know what I find out with the wiring.

As I am looking at the old o2 sensor right now it looks like at the end where you plug in the connector to the female end that there is some melting in the terminal like it was at one time hanging down by the manifold,,,hmmm I think you guys are right but the female connector on the car looks fine but I know that does not mean they are good.
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ok guys i think this is gonna fix it i hope ,a friend of mine said he had the same problem as me with his gtp.

what he did was hard wire the connection from the o2 sensor and eliminated the clips altogether and he said the p0134 code finally went away.

what do you guys think of that?

it will at least eliminate that as a problem.If not I can always reconnect the wires to the clips.

but seeing as when i replaced the o2 sensor and I looked today at the old o2 sensor and seen by the clip there was some melting going on,I would think there lies my problem.

Even thought the clip coming from the pcm looks good it could have faulted from what ever melted the part on the clip of the old o2 sensor,I am pretty sure that it was just hanging down by the manifold.I will let you guys know tomarrow morning what i find out when i eliminate the clips altogether
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Well I thought I would let you guys know that eliminating the clip solved the p0134 problem and now it runs like a top.

I want to thank all you guys for taking the time to try and help me,you really put me in the right direction to figure out this headache of a problem!

Now its time to get a 180 thermostat and then do some mods!
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Nice work...glad to hear that you got it fixed, and thanks for reporting back.
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Do you think cleaning or trying to bend the pins/parts that touch would have helped instead of having to remove and direct connect?
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Do you think cleaning or trying to bend the pins/parts that touch would have helped instead of having to remove and direct connect?
well I did try to bend and push and put the clip togeter every way I could think of before I removed the clip and direct connected but to no avail.

But now I have a new problem arggg!!!!

I will start a new thread though on this one.Again thanx for all the help and a big ya....for this site being back up and runing again!
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