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Unread 09-01-2014, 01:01 AM   #1
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o2 sensors

hi guys my jeep is running lean cause I can smell it every time I get out of it and the fuel mileage has suffered also. I have changed the TPS sensor, the idle air control valve, I've cleaned the intake, changed the plugs and coil packs. it run and drives but seems to be running a little rough then when I first bought it. it has a 4.7 v8, my next move is o2 sensors. what o2 sensor are which like bank 1 sensor 1 idk which one that is. thanks

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Unread 09-01-2014, 01:11 AM   #2
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Is the CEL on? What proof do you have its running lean other than your highly trained nose? Smelling it is likely a rich condition.
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Unread 09-01-2014, 01:37 AM   #3
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whoops I meant rich and yes the cel is on
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1/1 is the drivers side pre cat sensor before the cat and 1/2 is the drivers side after the cat. 2/1, 2/2 are the ones for the passengers side.
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whoops I meant rich and yes the cel is on
What is the CEL
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What is the CEL
Check
Engine
Lamp

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What code is it setting? Rich conditions are a bit harder to diagnose than lean conditions. Is it running badly?
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Check Engine Lamp Google is your friend.
Ok how about the P code then.......I know what it stands for..........
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its not running terrible but I can notice it and I still have to get the codes read. thanks for clearing up the o2 sensor info for me
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its not running terrible but I can notice it and I still have to get the codes read. thanks for clearing up the o2 sensor info for me
Just do the key dance.
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whats the key dance
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whats the key dance
turn on and off the ignition three times without starting it and leave on the third time.

The odometer will become your code reader.

It will flash numbers and when finished display DONE.
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If you smell gas it could be leaking fuel injector.
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My 04 4.7 also smells like fuel from the exhaust at idle with a slight miss but no codes. I installed new plugs last Fall but not sure if I have a bad new plug or maybe coil pack? I read in the FSM the coil pack resistance is .6 - .9 ohms for primary and 6K-9K for secondary but it didn't mention exactly how you're supposed to test this? Can someone please explain this test and I am familiar with my multimeter? Thanks!

Sorry and not trying to hijack this thread but just saw o2 sensors mentioned in the title. Thought I'd mention when I bought my 4.7 exhaust from Nick/Kolak he said if you end up with a bad o2 sensor you best fix/replace it pretty fast before it trashes the cat(s).

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