P0442: Have you inspected the lines, charcoal cannister etc? Ok, I feel like an idiot. When it isn't working, the engine still runs smoothly and idles well. Great you got yours fixed! Dec 01, 2009 That is a swirl control valve code. He told me that the Swirl Valve Control Solenoid Valve was faulty and would need to be changed. I need to look at a 3. Im showing a P1130 and was curious as to which solenoid you replaced. Then the labor to do this repair is around 3.
Anyhow this is my problem. P0137 and P0138 are O2 sensor codes. This operation closes the swirl control valve. I took it offroad a little bit then checked it at higher revs on the highway and no light came back. The position sensor is a simple potentiometer. In this condition, this system tends to increase power by improving intake efficiency via reduction of intake flow resistance, intake flow. P1131 Nissan Description This system has a swirl control valve in the intake passage of each cylinder.
Well the light is back on again and the code is still P1130. Where exactly is the control valve located? The easiest way to check the system is to have someone perform a smoke test. If it doesnt move its either the check switch, vacuum hose leading down to the scv or the scv diaphram itself. Just give me your vin number and I can check for you. The only reference I could find on this site was a reference to a P1130 code close but not the same thing.
Great simple process carlsbad Going to replace the Swirl valve as I am getting the same code for it. I would verify it is not blown. If I were doing it again, I'd try another free fix before I bought a new one. I remember thinking that would be possible and that would more than double the cost of repair. Look at the front of the engine. If you put a hose on backwards, it won't flow.
I wonder if it's possible that I got a bad part? When you replaced the hoses did you use dealer hoses? Should I just bring it on over to Nissan and have them figure it out or should I try to figure it out on my own on why this is happening, it has been over a month and this is still not resolved. Also, except when idling and during low engine coolant temperature, this system opens the swirl control valve. Rattling sound in the engine when rev between 1. I didn't bother clearing the code yet, that shouldn't matter right? Any recomendations as to location of valve and repair would be great. If you experince this problem. In this condition, this system tends to increase power by improving intake efficiency via reduction of intake flow resistance, intake flow. The sensor responds to the valve shaft movement.
I found 2 other instances where replacing that part permanently cleared the code, my case makes 3. I blew out the pipes and all. My new solenoid and my old solenoid both have resistances in the mid 30's of ohms. If you do not have an extended warranty, then these are the around about costs on the repair for this code. It is a replacable valve easy to work on. Anyone considering engine repair might consider clearing the lines first before doing any kind of work that might disturb the vacuum lines.
This solenoid valve is operated by the Engine Control Module. At the moment the engine sounds like a diesel engine. After ordering and installing the new swirl control valve I still had the same issue. I would like to know why this is happening. A woird to the dumb would be awesome. Now i need to solve another problem that i live for more than 1 year. It's only when in drive.
The code indicated a Swirl Control Valve. I'm going to take my car apart tonight and see if I can blow out the vacuum lines and if that doesn't work, go ahead and order the part from the dealer. Can someone please confirm if socket diagram matches with terminal number from the actual picture? The sensor is connected to the front end of the valve shaft of the swirl control valve. This actually clogged up the scv solenoid and the vacuum box. Posted on Sep 22, 2009 the 2004 sentra correct not listed as Swirl control valve position sensor online none on ebay etc if no other nissan vehicle part listing to suit the sentra possibly discontinued part might need to source a used one from a wrecker P1137 2004 Nissan Sentra Description Swirl control valve position sensor is installed on the intake manifold. I got the code P1138 just with 28000 milles.
You should see the opening where you can see in the valley of the engine. I had just replaced the spark plugs and the idling improved greatly and I thought maybe it just needed to remap to the new idle conditions. This sensor is a kind of potentiometer which transforms the swirl control valve position into output voltage, and emits the voltage signal to the Engine Control Module. If I wait a few more months before i replace it, will it cause more problems down the road? I brought it to the shop, they cleared the code, and everything started working perfectly. Anyhow this is my problem. Look at the other hoses running through the bracket and you'll see the lines on the hoses. I used the part number you listed and all my codes are now cleared and I can get my inspection tomorrow.