code 44 -02 sensor indicates a lean problem,code 45 is a rich problem,check the ecm wiring connections,#15 and#8 check also for a vaccum leak at the tbi base gasket.a code 33 or 34 indacates a faulty map sensor,my 89 Chevy 4x4 read code 44 followed by code 34 which turned out to be my vaccum line to my map sensor was off.
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It means barometric pressure out of range.Could be caused by:Bad vacuum line or connection between intake and sensorBad sensorBad connector or wire between sensor and computera plugged air filterA plugged exhaust systemAn engine that runs poorly enough to send this sensor out of range.The sensor has an "allowable range" that it can be at for a running engine at certain throttle and loads. If it gets out of this range it will set the code
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There are two sensors on a 1999 Villager. The upstream sensor is located in the exhaust manifold at the front of the engine. It could be right on top mounted straight up or further down mounted sideways. The downstream sensor is located in the exhaust pipe right behind the catalytic converter. If you have a check engine light that comes on due to an indicated O2 sensor fault, the problem may not be the sensor itself. (Keep in mind that the upstream sensor actively monitors the air/fuel ratio and sends a variable feedback signal to the PCM. The PCM uses the downstream sensor for the catalyst monitor system and does not affect the air/fuel ratio). Check the wiring from the O2 sensor to the PCM for shorts or open wires. Check for proper voltage from the sensor by back probing the connector with a straight pin. Turn the ignition ON but do not start the engine. Connect a DIGITAL voltmeter TO a good ground and the positive lead (usually the center wire) of the O2 sensor SIGNAL wire at the connector. It should give a reading between 400 and 450 millivolts (.40 to .45. volts). If not, trace and repair the circuit. CAUTION: DO not probe the wires of the O2 sensor or the harness as the circuit is very sensitive to excessive circuit loads or circuit damage of any kind.
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It comes out through the propeller joint just like an outboard... that's why when you've got the engine running you can see loads of bubbles.