D1 with constant misfire codes P1313,P1314

Lucabra

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Jan 25, 2018
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Upstate NY
Keep getting Misfire codes coming more and more often, changed O2 sensors, plugs, fixed vacuum leaks. Rover has now gotten overheated if ambient temp is above 85 degrees. Truck runs no different ? Any ideas?
 

Swedjen2

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Sep 12, 2018
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California
Keep getting Misfire codes coming more and more often, changed O2 sensors, plugs, fixed vacuum leaks. Rover has now gotten overheated if ambient temp is above 85 degrees. Truck runs no different ? Any ideas?
The code p1314 means that the catalytic converter is under a lot of stress and is burning too hot. The code p1313 means that the camshaft position sensor is hunting for a signal and is communicating with the O2 sensors.

Sounds like a new Cam Positioning Sensor is in order.
 

discostew

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Sep 14, 2010
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Northern Illinois
The code p1314 means that the catalytic converter is under a lot of stress and is burning too hot. The code p1313 means that the camshaft position sensor is hunting for a signal and is communicating with the O2 sensors.

Sounds like a new Cam Positioning Sensor is in order.
What do you think the cam sensor and those fucking O2 sensors are talking about? That's scary shit when those clowns start talking. Next thing you know those cocks will have a union and then who knows what will be next. I would get rid of both of them. They should not be talking amongst themselves. At the very least write them up. Send one home without pay, make an example out of them.
 

WaltNYC

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Mar 3, 2010
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NYC
When you write "Rover has now gotten overheated if ambient temp is above 85 degrees. " ...is that measured with an OBD reader or the gauge on the dash (or some other method)?