I have been getting trouble code p0135. I have done most of the fixes that I have found discussed on forums. So far I have done the following:
Replaced the O2 sensor (twice under warranty)
Replaced the connector/pigtail
Checked and confirmed conductivity of wires
Checked and confirmed resistance of o2 sensor
Checked and confirmed fuses
The only other possible problems that I can find listed on forums are a damaged PCM and/or damaged temperature sensor module. Based on the temperature gauge functioning properly in the dash, I have ruled that out as a possibility. It's looking like replacing the PCM is my next best option. I believe this is viable because as soon as I turn on the car after having cleared the codes via OBDII, the MIL indicator comes on within a few minutes. This is without driving the car anywhere and just running in place.
In your opinion, is this the next fix to be done or am I missing a step? And if replacing the PCM, does this year/model have to have the PCM flashed? And must I take it to the dealership to have that done or can I flash it at home? PLEASE HELP.
have the same problem?
Wednesday, March 12th, 2014 AT 10:51 AM