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1G Engine codes 11, 13, 15

Kyra115

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I have the engine codes 11,13, and 15 for my 94 eclipse. Any help for a noobie?
 

steve

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Code 11 is for a fault with the O2 sensor
Code 13 is for a fault with the Intake Air Temp sensor
Code 15 is 1.8L NA specific and is for the Motor Position Sensor.

Do you have a copy of the factory service manuals?
 

Kyra115

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Jul 29, 2022
Turlock, California
Code 11 is for a fault with the O2 sensor
Code 13 is for a fault with the Intake Air Temp sensor
Code 15 is 1.8L NA specific and is for the Motor Position Sensor.

Do you have a copy of the factory service manuals?
I do not sadly

Also I have already changed the 02 sensor to a new one?
 
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steve

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Kyra115

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steve

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I'd try measuring the sensor output first per the manual.

Fault code 15 is motor position sensor is embedded within the distributor, so you have not choice, but to fully replace the distributor. This is the 4g37 version of the 4G63's CAS.

Make sure you don't have breaks in the wires from heat.
 

Kyra115

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Alright sounds simple enough. Thank you for helping me out so far! I’m grateful. I’ll keep you posted about what happens.
 

Kyra115

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Jul 29, 2022
Turlock, California
I'd try measuring the sensor output first per the manual.

Fault code 15 is motor position sensor is embedded within the distributor, so you have not choice, but to fully replace the distributor. This is the 4g37 version of the 4G63's CAS.

Make sure you don't have breaks in the wires from heat.
Changed the distributor and Maf sensor. Car starts up but then starts sputtering then dies. Idle fluctuates and when it gets low enough it just dies. The air inlet hose is pretty well worn but before the change of parts it was working fine. Do you have any tips of what it could be?
 
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