This limit is to protect fuel line such as high pressure pump and injectors from damages due to rapid deterioration by vapor-lock phenomenon which can occur at high temperature or destruction of oil membrane. I would think these are two different issues since I am getting two different codes. The electrical resistance of the thermistor decreases as temperature increases. Here is waht I did 1 Located access hatch behind rear passenger seat 2 Remove outer access hatch and disconnect power to fuel pump. Torque the bolts to 24 ft-lb 32 Nm.
Enter the 5 character trouble codes in the search box and submit the search. Torque the clamp to 22 in-lb 2. Connector M12 is located under left side of instrument panel. The sensor uses a thermistor which is sensitive to the change in temperature. The currently selected is for the Lincoln makes. The sensor uses a thermistor which is sensitive to the change in temperature. This is in reference to the Heated Oxygen Sensor 2 located rear of catalytic converter Bank 2.
Remove the fuel level sensor unit and the fuel pump assembly. It is installed in fuel supplying line. The sensor uses a thermistor which is sensitive to the change in temperature. I would double check to see that everything is plugged in correctly. In the particular instance the sensor is reading high, which could be caused by a bad sensor, wiring, or computer. If voltage is about 5 volts, go to step 3. Maybe you guys can help me out.
You mention that the fuel tank had a spot for another connector. Once I fixed this it was ok again. The sensor modifies a voltage signal from the. Resistance should be within acceptable range shown in illustration. If you look under the carpet behind the rear passenger seat, you should see a sort of rectangular access cover.
This code is set off when the computer detects that the sensor is out of range. I don't know anything about this code on a 97' Suburban Oct 28, 2009. Crank the engine for 2 to 3 seconds to release the Turn the ignition off. The modified signal returns to the as the fuel temperature input. The modified signal returns to the as the fuel temperature input. Just wondering why my gas mileage became so poor when it became cold? My car has an automatic transmission.
P0183 2005 Nissan Pathfinder Description The fuel tank temperature sensor is used to detect the fuel temperature inside the fuel tank. Check the following: Check for poor connection at White, 16-pin connector M12 terminal No. We have the service manuals. When it's reconnected it might not be fully seated or have a bent pin or something. The electrical resistance of the thermistor decreases as temperature increases.
After 10 seconds, turn the ignition back on with the engine off. No problem is indicated at this time. Disconnect the electrical and quick connectors and remove the six screws. Hello, thanks for writing in. Make sure that all looks good. If you would like help, consider having an expert automotive technician from YourMechanic come to your home or office to , and make or suggest any repairs as needed.
Feb 03, 2010 Don't know!. Mine is 2 wheel drive, the tank we took out has a spot on it for another plug to plug into it. The electrical resistance of the thermistor decreases as temperature increases. It basically makes sure you have no leaks in the fuel system, which would allow raw fuel in the atmosphere. It may be possible that that connector is for the fuel temperature circuit, and is throwing the code because it is disconnected.
The new sensor measures fuel temperature in the fuel tank. If the sensor leads show 'open' then it is most likely the problem. My car has 140000 miles. The modified signal returns to the as the fuel temperature input. If problem is not found, go to step 5.