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I really need help here before I give up on the car. 49000 miles. I just drove 130 miles straight got 26 miles per gallon . And it's driving perfectly . Rarely I notice poor idling nothing major . Here are the codes they I just pulled after driving for two hours . ( oxygen sensors are brand new I relaced them already )

P2237 o2 sensor positive current control open bank1 sensor 1

P2004 intake manifold runner control stuck open bank 1

P0030 ho2s heater control circuit bank1sensor1

P0050 ho2s heater control circuit bank2 sensor 1

P2237 o2 sensor positive current control cuircuit /open bank 1 sensor 1

P2004 intake manifold runner control stuck open bank 1

P0050 ho2s heater control circuit bank2 sensor 1

P0606 Ecm/pcm processor

P2240 o2 sensor positive current control circuit/open bank2 sensor1
 

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Check engine light
I really need help here before I give up on the car. 49000 miles. I just drove 130 miles straight got 26 miles per gallon . And it's driving perfectly . Rarely I notice poor idling nothing major . Here are the codes they I just pulled after driving for two hours . ( oxygen sensors are brand new I relaced them already )

P2237 o2 sensor positive current control open bank1 sensor 1

P2004 intake manifold runner control stuck open bank 1

P0030 ho2s heater control circuit bank1sensor1

P0050 ho2s heater control circuit bank2 sensor 1

P2237 o2 sensor positive current control cuircuit /open bank 1 sensor 1

P2004 intake manifold runner control stuck open bank 1

P0050 ho2s heater control circuit bank2 sensor 1

P0606 Ecm/pcm processor

P2240 o2 sensor positive current control circuit/open bank2 sensor1
Did you reset the fault codes after replacing the sensors ? If not the ECU will need to see a certain number of clear cycles before deleting the fault codes.

Regards Stuart.
 
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