That will cause you to fail an emissions inspection. Anything which triggers the CEL will, because everything which triggers it will adversely impact the emissions system on that vehicle.
Yes. Any faulty emissions control sensor, including knock sensors, will result in an automatic fail of any emissions control test, period. It doesn't even matter if your vehicle's actual exhaust emissions are within acceptable limits. In most cases, once it is determined that a sensor is bad, the test is ended immediately, and considered failed.
It is the code for the TPS Throttle position sensor
P1131 code does not show up in the book. There is a code for P0131 which is the heated 02 sensor or circuit fail.
I think that depends if you have a check engine light on because of it. If the speed sensor is not working properly, the engine will not use gasoline as efficiently so there may be an emission problem
Family Renovation - 2008 Inspection Pass or Fail was released on: USA: 12 November 2009
You repair whatever caused it to fail inspection and retest it after the repair is made.
In 1990-1994 XJ6 the VCM Code 44 is the code for the O2 sensor, either rich or lean exhaust has been detected and is causing the code to trigger. It could indicate a bad O2 sensor.
Well, you answered it yourself. Your Knock Sensor has gone bad. I bet your check engine light comes on too. When your check engine light comes on and your transmission is all screwy that means your car is in fail safe mode. Not allowing you to shift into higher gears. Get the knock sensor replaced and re calibrated and your fine.
Yes. Va will pass your car with a check engine light. The inspection station will try to get you to figure out what is wrong with you car but they will not fail it. However, If your SRS light is on, the car will fail the inspection.
It didn't fail. By 1940 they had France and had taken over Paris.