My car has 132000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.
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If the intake manifold is bad, it can mess with the engine`s air-fuel mixture, which can then mess with the engine`s performance. You may see a reduction in power, uneven acceleration, and even backfiring. The same is true for the engine`s cooling system.
One of the primary signs of a vacuum leak is sporadic idling. You might notice that your engine is idling fast while you are at a stop, particularly if your tachometer is bouncing up and down or resting at a setting that is too high. The sporadic idling is being caused by too much air in the engine.
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Most likely, the P0601 prevents the PCM from getting any codes from the engine sensors. The memory module error may cause in data corruption for collected sensor values, lose of data over multiple sampling periods, or failure of the data collection to work at all. Replacing the PCM was a necessary expense.
If you need assistance with the "new" codes, I would recommend having a Check Engine Light inspection completed by a mobile, professional mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic, to diagnose the new error codes and get an accurate assessment of the repairs needed.
Check the harness to the TPS for any debris or any corrosion. Hook up a paperclip to the harness and turn on the key. Use a multimeter and check for voltage at the pins of the harness. Make sure that the ground on the sensor is grounded and has no resistance. If you find that the harness is having too much resistance, then I recommend having the main engine harness replaced. If you have replaced the harness and still have the same problems, then the computer will need to be flashed or replaced.
I recommend having a professional, like one from YourMechanic, come to your home to diagnose your car’s no start condition before replacing any parts.
First if the engine is very loud when idling and the belt has already been replaced, there may be an issue with the tensioner or idler pulley.
Next, the Navigator is known for needing service to the air suspension system as it gets up in miles, the most common causes of these are the air struts themselves have failed, or one of the air lines has a leak.
Lastly, if the O2 sensor and MAF are continually coming back after the sensors have been replaced, the most common cause would be either an exhaust leak or a vacuum leak.
Qualified technicians such as the ones at YourMechanic will be able to diagnose these issues and recommend the best path to repair, starting with a diagnosis of your warning lights.
Driving too slow or idling the engine too long will cause this code. It takes heat in the 932 F to 1112 F range to burn off the soot in the DPF
There is an air leak forward of the DPF
Fuel with a large percentage of sulfur will clog the DPF
Aftermarket accessories and performance modifications will cause the code P2002
A dirty air filter to the engine
The DPF may be damaged
There could be a defective ECU (computer)
If all of the symptoms are check and all are functioning properly, then I recommend seeking out a professional, such as one from Your Mechanic, to help you diagnose the emission system to your vehicle.