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Old 11-13-2017, 11:39 AM
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Check for ground and sensor return at both the sensor and ecm plug. I'd bet you have a short.

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Isn't it great having taps? I love it. Never having to worry about little stuff like that. The NPT taps are indispensable.

Oh and O2 sensor bungs? I keep those on hand LOL.

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I got my multimeter out and found the wires at the pcm that go to the o2 sensor. they are reading about .9 volts because the pcm is reading 0 and dumping a bunch of fuel.

I swapped PCMs to the factory one again (i have a spare because i've been trying to fix this problem for several years)

still no dice. I've already confirmed there is no short or severed wires.

then something dawned on me, i did some research as to what happens when the wires are swapped or reversed. I could for the life of me find a photo of the connector to see the position the wires are in. they can pull out of the connector. I'm wondering, did I pull the wires out of the connector at some point and not put them back in the right way?
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i finally found a site that had a write up on pulling a 2.2 out of an s10. at the very end they show a photo of the connector because they pulled the wires out when they pull the motor. it finally made sense now. they were backwards

i pulled the wires out and put them in the correct sides everything is working again....



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so for the past 5 -8 years (idk when I messed it up) i've been trying to fix something that was literally just a stupid mistake on my part probably when i pulled the trans the first time.
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Nice. Yea looks like the connector was swapped at some point judging by the heat shrink. Wires were probably connected backwards and that's why the old one didn't work either.

Would explain the cross thread as the PO probably had no idea he put the wires backwards and got reckless after swapping so many sensors lol.

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i did the heat skrink. i cut the wires once when the truck went through a water puddle. it filled up the connector apparently. and shorted the wires which reads 0volts at the pcm....

i was between MS and GA so i had to get it fixed in the pouring rain. i just clipped one of the wires.

i repaired the harness with heat shrink. but the wires have been in the wrong place for a long time. idk why i didn't figure this out earlier.

I blame 2013 me for being an idiot. because if 2017 me were to have this problem they would have known if you pull the wires out of the connector.... make sure you put them back correctly. and if you dont know.... and you immediately have issue...... guess what, you did it wrong! I hate old me so much right now.
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Eh, shit happens. Couple things I've fixed that I've half assed previously lol

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i should have remembered that i pulled those wires out. no excuses.
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It's two wires. I left my MAP hose unattached once and thought it was a setting in the tune. 30 minutes later I saw the hose disconnected. I had completely forgotten I unplugged it LOL.

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