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Old 12-01-2009, 10:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello folks, looks as though when the lights start to come on they come on in bunches.

Just got the usual check engine light and code P0130 (circuit closed loop performance).

Not sure what exactly is the problem. could it be the o2 sensor...it has two...bank 1 and 2 or could it be egr.

Any help would be appreciated.

thank you.

just to add...i drove to work (about an hour) and it didn't come on...moved the car for my wife to leave and it came on. intermittent i guess is the word i'm looking for

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Old 12-02-2009, 07:08 PM   #2 (permalink)
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what year is your verona?
i dont see p0130 in the factory manual..
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what year is your verona?
i dont see p0130 in the factory manual..


It's a 2006 chevy epica ltz with 69600 km. sorry about the misunderstanding
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yeah looks like its an o2 sensor. bank1 sensor 1. that means the upstream sensor on the exhaust manifold thats closest to the front of the engine.
but they are a pain to do!
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yeah looks like its an o2 sensor. bank1 sensor 1. that means the upstream sensor on the exhaust manifold thats closest to the front of the engine.
but they are a pain to do!
I really appreciate you taking the time to reply.

This problem is very weird because some days the light comes on and some days it doesn't. For example today it didn't come on at all and I drive at least four hours to and from work (2 hrs both way).

My question is; would the o2 sensor react this way or would the engine light be on constantly. My warranty finished at 60 000 km and I think this car carries 4 o2 sensors and it's so hard to find parts in Toronto for these cars.

ps* Can anyone PLEASE PLEASE direct me to a company that has a service manual for this car. No where in Toronto has it and I'd be willing to order online if that's it's elsewhere.
By service manual I mean along the line of a haynes manual. I already called haynes, checked out autobish and auto literature and got nothing.

Also if anyone can include a diagram of the location. The reason I ask is I see two "down pipes" from the engine and each one has an 02 sensor. I think these are before the cat. converter but not too sure.

if you guys need any other info please ask and I'll try my best to find it out.

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I really appreciate you taking the time to reply.

This problem is very weird because some days the light comes on and some days it doesn't. For example today it didn't come on at all and I drive at least four hours to and from work (2 hrs both way).

My question is; would the o2 sensor react this way or would the engine light be on constantly. My warranty finished at 60 000 km and I think this car carries 4 o2 sensors and it's so hard to find parts in Toronto for these cars.

ps* Can anyone PLEASE PLEASE direct me to a company that has a service manual for this car. No where in Toronto has it and I'd be willing to order online if that's it's elsewhere.
By service manual I mean along the line of a haynes manual. I already called haynes, checked out autobish and auto literature and got nothing.

Also if anyone can include a diagram of the location. The reason I ask is I see two "down pipes" from the engine and each one has an 02 sensor. I think these are before the cat. converter but not too sure.

if you guys need any other info please ask and I'll try my best to find it out.
Not at Haynes manual or anything, but I believe it is possible to order the factory manual from Suzuki. They have part numbers and in 2006 were still being printed. There still might be a few available.
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suzukipitstop.com has both online and paper service manuals for sale under vehicle information. The P0130 may be just the sensor, but first things first-a compression test must be done first to see if its low. Spec is 210 PSI, I don't like to see anything under 170 PSI. If it is, catalyst degradation is likely the culprit and major repairs will be needed. Also, a good battery is critical. If the test result comes back "good-needs recharged" have it replaced AND tested before leaving the service bay. Just because it's new doesn't mean it's fresh. I do this with every one that leaves my shop.
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