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Old 01-25-2016, 05:34 PM
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Default 2002 Camry LE Need help finding Bank 1 Sensor 1 (Air/Fuel Sensor) Fault code : P1135

Hi, I have a 2002 Toyota Camry LE V6 which started to display a check engine light today. In checking the fault code, it shows up as P1135.

Air fuel ratio sensor - heater circuit

For the location it seems to be Bank 1 Sensor 1. The problem is that it is hard to find any info on where that corresponds to the engine. From what I know, there is 1 sensor on the front of the engine, and one on the back, but the bank 1 sensor 1 info is not very descriptive in figuring out which sensor to replace.


P1135 DTC: Camshaft position (CMP) actuator, intake, Bank 2 (trouble code is at the bottom of the page)

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In looking up compatible parts from Denso, I get 2 results

Denso 234-9047

Denso 234-9042

Overall, I am trying to figure out which sensor I have to replace.
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Old 01-25-2016, 10:34 PM
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This may sound different but I had some PO171 AND PO174 air fuel codes I could not get rid of for a long time. Long story short wound up cleaning air intake. Problem solved. There is a special spray. Check oreillys or other stores. Google how to clean depending if you have automatic or manual butterfly. My butterfly was filthy and not operating correctly.
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Bank 1 is the rear cylinder bank. Sensor 1 is the first sensor on the exhaust system coming off that head. Its location is before the emissions converter.

You want upstream (before converter), rear (rear cylinder bank) which is 234-9047.

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Old 01-27-2016, 02:59 AM
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Thanks, I will work on getting that, and see if it can be accessed without having to go under the car.
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More strange issues. Due to all of the snow and the location of the sensor, I am not able to get to it, so I went to a mechanic shop to get an estimate on how much they would charge.

After they used their OBDII tool to pull error codes, I suddenly got 2 additional warning lights

VSC and TRAC OFF

The button corresponding to the traction control does not respond, and those lights do not produce any additional error codes.

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If check light is on, VSC and TRAC are programmed to turn off.

Fix the error code problems and when the check light turns off, so will the other lights.
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Managed to get everything fixed. The VSC and trac off was caused by a C1336 error.

I had to short pins 4 and 14 on the car to reset it.

Not sure what caused it.
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Yaw rate accelerator calibration.

If the two lights came on after checking codes, it happens some readers are incompatible and will this problem.
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