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Obd Code Check Engine Light


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This is my problem:

I took a trade in 1998 Boxter with 53k

During my first long drive the check engine light came on.

I inspected the car and found a hough crack in the gas cap and replaced it with a brand new one from the dealer. Before just going and resetting the light I read the codes and got 1124, 1126, then I reset the codes and drove it for about 15 more miles, the light came back on again and got the same exact codes. I added a full tank of gas, reset the codes again and drove for two days with no problems. Then again today the light is back on, I read the codes and please pay attention to the order I got the codes in: P1126, 1124, 0410 secondary air sys, 0130 OS sensor bank one sensor 1.

Could it simply be a bad OS sensor ?

I am going crazy with this car please help.the :angry:

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This is my problem:

I took a trade in 1998 Boxter with 53k

During my first long drive the check engine light came on.

I inspected the car and found a hough crack in the gas cap and replaced it with a brand new one from the dealer. Before just going and resetting the light I read the codes and got 1124, 1126, then I reset the codes and drove it for about 15 more miles, the light came back on again and got the same exact codes.  I added a full tank of gas, reset the codes again and drove for two days with no problems. Then again today the light is back on, I read the codes and please pay attention to the order I got the codes in: P1126, 1124, 0410 secondary air sys, 0130 OS sensor bank one sensor 1.

Could it simply be a bad OS sensor ?

I am going crazy with this car please help.the  :angry:

All of those codes are consistent with no secondary air injection - so that is where I would start. Check the fuse, relay, and then start checking the wiring at the pump and vacuum fittings.
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