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Subaru Legacy Service Manual: Dtc p0172 system too rich bank 1

DTC DETECTING CONDITION:

Detected when two consecutive driving cycles with fault occur.

TROUBLE SYMPTOM:

Improper idling

Engine stalls.

Poor driving performance

CAUTION:

After servicing or replacing faulty parts, perform Clear Memory Mode Clear Memory Mode > OPERATION, and Inspection Mode Inspection Mode > PROCEDURE.

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1.CHECK EXHAUST SYSTEM.

Are there holes or loose bolts on exhaust system-

Repair the exhaust system.

Diagnostic Procedure with Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) > DTC P0172 SYSTEM TOO RICH BANK 1

2.CHECK AIR INTAKE SYSTEM.

Are there holes, loose bolts or disconnection of hose on air intake system-

Repair the air intake system.

Diagnostic Procedure with Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) > DTC P0172 SYSTEM TOO RICH BANK 1

3.CHECK FUEL PRESSURE.

WARNING:

Place “NO OPEN FLAMES” signs near the working area.

CAUTION:

Be careful not to spill fuel.

Measure the fuel pressure. Fuel Pressure > INSPECTION

CAUTION:

Before attaching/detaching a fuel pressure gauge, release the fuel pressure.

Is the measured value 340 — 400 kPa (3.5 — 4.1 kg/cm2, 49 — 58 psi)-

Diagnostic Procedure with Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) > DTC P0172 SYSTEM TOO RICH BANK 1

Check the fuel pump and fuel delivery line. Fuel Pump > INSPECTION Fuel Delivery and Evaporation Lines > INSPECTION

4.CHECK ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR.

1) Start the engine and warm up completely.

2) Read the value of «Coolant Temp.» using the Subaru Select Monitor or a general scan tool.

NOTE:

Subaru Select Monitor

For detailed operation procedures, refer to “Read Current Data For Engine”. Subaru Select Monitor

General scan tool

For detailed operation procedures, refer to the general scan tool operation manual.

Is the value of «Coolant Temp.» 75°C (167°F) or more-

Diagnostic Procedure with Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) > DTC P0172 SYSTEM TOO RICH BANK 1

Replace the engine coolant temperature sensor. Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor

5.CHECK MASS AIR FLOW AND INTAKE AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR.

1) Start the engine and warm up engine until coolant temperature is higher than 75°C (167°F).

2) For CVT models, set the select lever to “P” range or “N” range, and for MT models, place the shift lever in the neutral position.

3) Turn the A/C switch to OFF.

4) Turn all the accessory switches to OFF.

5) Read the value of «Mass Air Flow» using the Subaru Select Monitor or a general scan tool.

NOTE:

Subaru Select Monitor

For detailed operation procedures, refer to “Read Current Data For Engine”. Subaru Select Monitor

General scan tool

For detailed operation procedures, refer to the general scan tool operation manual.

Is the value of «Mass Air Flow» 2.0 — 5.0 g/s (0.26 — 0.66 lb/m)-

Diagnostic Procedure with Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) > DTC P0172 SYSTEM TOO RICH BANK 1

Replace the mass air flow and intake air temperature sensor. Mass Air Flow and Intake Air Temperature Sensor

6.CHECK MASS AIR FLOW AND INTAKE AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR.

1) Start the engine and warm up engine until coolant temperature is higher than 75°C (167°F).

2) For CVT models, set the select lever to “P” range or “N” range, and for MT models, place the shift lever in the neutral position.

3) Turn the A/C switch to OFF.

4) Turn all the accessory switches to OFF.

5) Open the front hood.

6) Measure the ambient temperature.

7) Read the value of «Intake Air Temp.» using the Subaru Select Monitor or a general scan tool.

NOTE:

Subaru Select Monitor

For detailed operation procedures, refer to “Read Current Data For Engine”. Subaru Select Monitor

General scan tool

For detailed operation procedures, refer to the general scan tool operation manual.

Subtract ambient temperature from «Intake Air Temp.». Is the obtained value −10 — 50°C (−18 — 90°F)-

Repair the poor contact of ECM connector.

Check the mass air flow and intake air temperature sensor. Mass Air Flow and Intake Air Temperature Sensor

1. OUTLINE OF DIAGNOSIS

Detect fuel system malfunction by the amount of main feedback control.

2. EXECUTION CONDITION

Secondary Parameters

Execution condition

A/F main feedback function

In operation

3. GENERAL DRIVING CYCLE

Perform the diagnosis continuously during the closed loop.

4. DIAGNOSTIC METHOD

Compare the diagnostic value (fsobd) with the threshold value, and if a condition meeting the malfunction criteria listed below continues for 10 s - 3 time(s) or more, judge that there is a fault in the fuel system.

Judgment Value

Malfunction Criteria

Threshold Value

fsobd = (sglmd − tglmda) + faf + flaf

< Value from Map

In this case: sglmd = measured lambda

tglmda = target lambda

faf = main feedback compensation coefficient (every 64 milliseconds)

flaf = main feedback learning compensation coefficient

Map

Warm-up increase compensation coefficient

0.000

0.102

0.199

0.301

Threshold Value

0.67 − 0.000

0.67 − 0.102

0.67 − 0.175

0.67 − 0.237

Warm-up increase compensation coefficient

0.398

0.465

Threshold Value

0.67 − 0.289

0.67 − 0.319

Time Needed for Diagnosis: 10 s - 3 time(s)

Malfunction Indicator Light Illumination: Illuminates when malfunction occurs in 2 continuous driving cycles.

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Inspection
1. Start and warm up the engine.2. Shift the select lever to “P” or “N” range.3. Depress the brake pedal and hold it.4. Check “secondary pressure sensor voltage” by using Subaru Select Monitor while the engine is idling. Subaru Select Monitor > OPERATIONSpecifica ...

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