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#635969 - 01/31/05 04:34 AM OBD-II codes PO 172 & PO 175 WTF?
Bryan_S. Offline
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Registered: 04/29/01
Posts: 3217
Loc: Olean, NY
These codes are for "System to rich" Banks 1 & 2. Well , this may explain why I am using so much gas. I just don't know what is tripping the codes. My only guess is so far that I had lost an exaust donut and was running for about 2 weeks with the driver side pipe unattached simply because I was not going to mess with it in -20 weather. Recently got it back together. Few days alter these codes. Is the computer trying to get used to the exaust being fully functional again after "getting used to" haveing it the other way? I'm going to disconnect my battery when I get home for an hour or 2 then try it again to see if clearing it all and resetting will helps.

Any theories?

Bryan
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#635970 - 01/31/05 08:02 AM Re: OBD-II codes PO 172 & PO 175 WTF?
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Registered: 03/09/04
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#635971 - 01/31/05 03:39 PM Re: OBD-II codes PO 172 & PO 175 WTF?
Islandvic2 Offline
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Registered: 01/07/05
Posts: 742
Loc: South Texas
I had same codes. I cleaned MAF and replaced both before cat 02's.

Problem never came back.

Fuel efficiency went up afterwards.

My experience may be different from yours though.

Good luck.
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#635972 - 01/31/05 08:48 PM Re: OBD-II codes PO 172 & PO 175 WTF?
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Registered: 01/15/03
Posts: 210
Loc: Zinzinnati
Check fuel pressure and the ECT too.
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#635973 - 01/31/05 09:34 PM Re: OBD-II codes PO 172 & PO 175 WTF?
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Registered: 08/31/04
Posts: 3645
Loc: one foot in the grave
Sounds like it could be an O2 sensor issue
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#635974 - 02/01/05 12:07 AM Re: OBD-II codes PO 172 & PO 175 WTF?
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Registered: 10/03/04
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Loc: Memphis, TN 38002, USA, Earth,...
See if there's gasoline in the red vac line to the FPR.
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#635975 - 02/01/05 12:39 AM Re: OBD-II codes PO 172 & PO 175 WTF?
Bryan_S. Offline
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Registered: 04/29/01
Posts: 3217
Loc: Olean, NY
I'll clean the mass air sen tommorow. I had an exaust leak on the drivers side and the obd codes site above listed an exaust leak before the 1st O2 sensor. This was fixed almost 2 weeks ago though and I have erased the codes 2x up to this date and they keep coming back.

God, I hope it's not the O2 sensors.....

Bryan
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