Those codes have to do with fuel trim problems concerning both bank 1 and 2, related to o2 sensors and maf's, among other issues I would check the following:
Check intake air system for leaks, obstructions and damage. Check the pcv system to make sure all is hooked up properly, check for any vacuum issues, broken lines etc. Check the maf sensor, I would remove it from the car, make sure electrical connectors are in good shape and clean. Look inside the maf, there's usually a screen in the horn, on some if you look carefully you can see the tiny resistor wires that monitor the air flow, some are accessible enough that you can GENTLY wipe them off with a qtip and alcohol, sometimes they get dirty, well not really dirty in the dirt sense, but a film-type coating. Could aso be egr-related, fuel pressure issues, or even the pcm if all other avenues have been diagnosed out, If no luck with any of the above, issue may require assistance of the dealer or other qualified people, some of the testing of this problem requires specialized equipment and knowledge. As for the other a c related problems, I don't believe these have any relation to above issues, possibly the blower motor is drawing too many amps and damaging the relays, Do you have manual a c or the eatc system? The eatc system has the capability of self-diagnosing a lot of it's own problems. On the manual system, it could be the blower switch itself, by relay I assume you mean the resistor bank?
Saturday, June 17th, 2006 AT 8:38 AM