P1035 Code Help

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  1. Tomek6

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    Hey guys

    I need some help with a code. I got the oxygen sensor code for bank 1 sensor 1. And heater circuit code. So we put in a new 02 sensor. Reset the memory. Drive the truck for a while. Code comes back. We hook up the diagnostic computer. We can turn the heater circuit on and off with the snap on tool. The trucks fuel tables and fuel consumption stays the same. We checked for a damaged wire. The voltage is all good. Is there anything else that can be causing this?

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    You seem to really already know what your doing. Unfortunatly I cannot offer any help or advice. At this point you might run the question by a Ford Mechanic. Call and ask the service advisor for some compassion. Say to them its cold here and I need my heater. Good luck.
     
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    If the new sensor didn't fix it, it's probably a corroded connector somewhere in the circuit. It's taking too long to warm up, so it's not drawing enough currrent for the heater to get hot fast enough. Check the resistance of the ground wire back to the battery.
     
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    Yes it was a wire that rubbed through on something. It wasn’t showing up when we did the scan and volt test because the truck was warm so the heater was off. Thanks for the help guys.
     
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    Great news that its fixed. Its Damm cold up there so stay warm.
     
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    Well the heater works. It’s the heated o2 sensor that wasn’t working. But yeah it’s damn cold lol. Having a short in the wiring isn’t a good thing though so I’m happy it’s fixed
     
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