Something else I noticed that is strange, are those live data readings with the car running? Because all your fuel trims are reading 0, which is not good, either the scan tool is not able to read all the data, or the ECM doesn't have full control of the fuel system. The sensor on the Intake is the Intake Air Temperature sensor, the Outside Air Temperature sensor is ambient outside air used mostly by the A/C system. Thats what the p0070 code is for, so you had 4.5 volts with the Intake Air Temperature sensor unplugged? that's a little low for the 5-volt reference circuit,
So, what are all the codes you're getting right now? pending or not.
the fan issue may be because of that ambient air temperature sensor being out of range, since it's part of the A/C system.
Go down to the APP sensor on the gas pedal and just check to see what the 5-volt reference is down there. On that sensor, (its 6 wire) you should have two 5-volt ref feeds.
Also looking at the Front 02 sensor, which is a wideband sensor is reading 0.980mA, that's indicating a lean fuel mixture, so that's still pointing at a vacuum leak here. Usually for a vacuum leak like this that you couldn't find with soap and water, i would use a smoke machine on the intake, I'm assuming you don't have one?
Thursday, November 11th, 2021 AT 8:29 AM