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Old 08-15-2017, 10:19 AM   #1
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Default 2006 Saturn Vue 3.5 Check engine light shows P0113, P0135, P2253, P0135

2006 Saturn Vue Red Line 3.5 FWD ~106,000

I get 4 codes:
P0113 Intake Air Temperature Sensor 1 Circuit High
P0135 H02S Heater Performance Bank 1 Sensor 1
P2253 Low Reference Circuit High Voltage Bank1 Sensor 1
P0135 H02S Heater Performance Bank 1 Sensor 1

It shows a suggestion of Air Charge Sensor, and Sensor 1 appears to be the one on the air box. What are your thoughts and experiences to fix this?

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Old 08-15-2017, 12:56 PM   #2
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Default Re: 2006 Saturn Vue 3.5 Check engine light shows P0113, P0135, P2253, P0135

The common thing between the IAT sensor and the HO2S is the low reference.
If you have just performed some service to the car check that the connector on both sensors are plugged in all the way. Also check the Emissions fuse in the UHJB.
Next I would start checking the wiring harness for damage, chafing, pinching, mouse chewing etc. The low reference wire is Green/Yellow. The individual wires go to a splice pack and then to the PCM connector pin C1-40. You can ohm the wire out to the PCM end. There should be continuity and check for a low resistance to ground.
Either sensor can go bad and set the code. If the codes came up at the same time though I would suspect a common cause.
BTW, the IAT connector is easy to forget to plug in. I have some sort of a mental block and I fail to plug that one back in every single time I have had an air cleaner box out.

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Default Re: 2006 Saturn Vue 3.5 Check engine light shows P0113, P0135, P2253, P0135

WOW! I will check it out.

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Either sensor can go bad and set the code. If the codes came up at the same time though I would suspect a common cause.
The easiest thing to check was the IAT. It sure isn't that. It checks out so perfect I don't think I could buy a new one that matches the resistance table as well as that one does and the voltages and grounds are perfect. I reset it, and not long after the engine light came on and it posted error PO135, 02 Sensor, Bank 1, Sensor 1, Sensor Heater Circuit. No other codes so far.

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If you have just performed some service to the car... I would start checking the wiring harness for damage...Also check the Emissions fuse in the UHJB.
No new maintenance, but I do hear a heat shield rattle, and the one near the catalytic converter it looks pretty rotted out. I'll check the fuse and wires before I drop $110 for the AC Delco 12581688 OEM oxygen sensor.

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