What does engine code P1120 mean?

What Does Code P1120 Mean? OBD II fault code P1120 is a manufacturer specific code that is defined by car maker Ford as “Throttle Position Sensor Out of Range”, and is set when the PCM (Powertrain Control Module) detects that the actual position of the throttle plate does not match the desired position. via

What is p1128 code?

Code p1128 refers to "Closed loop fueling not achieved", meaning that for some reason the engine is not reaching a state where it is able to run using the information from the engine sensors. via

How do I fix error code P1131?

  • Replace any leaking or faulty engine air-intake hoses.
  • Check and possibly repair any problems with the distributor assembly, such as a rotor or cap.
  • Check the fuel supply for any faults.
  • Tighten the Spark Plugs Connecting Wires.
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    What causes P1131 code?

    Code P1131 can be caused by a vacuum leak, fuel injector problem, ignition problem or by a faulty oxygen sensor. You can find the oxygen sensor that reports this condition in the exhaust pipe for engine bank No. 1, before the catalytic converter. via

    What is closed loop fueling?

    In closed loop mode, the ECU will use the input from the lambda sensor in the exhaust to determine the correct amount of fuel to inject to the engine. This way the ECU is able to adjust the air/fuel ratio based on the actual result of the combustion. via

    How do I fix code p0032? (video)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YY665Ox-2gY

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