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DTC Detection Condition Trouble Area Output voltage* of A/F sensor remains at 3.8 V or more, or 2.8 V or less, during engine running after engine is warmed up (2 trip detection logic) *: Output value changes at inside of ECM only P1130 Output voltage* of A/F sensor does not change from 3.30 V, during engine running after engine is warmed up (2 trip detection logic) *: Output value changes at inside of ECM only S Open or short in A/F sensor circuit S A/F sensor S Air induction system S Fuel pressure S Injector S ECM Open or short in A/F sensor circuit (2 trip detection logic) HINT: S S S S After confirming DTC P1130, use the hand–held tester or OBD II scan tool to confirm output voltage of the A/F sensor (AFS B1 S1/O2S B1 S1) from the CURRENT DATA.
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