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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 05-14-2019, 12:48 AM Thread Starter
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P1035 Code

Hi guys i have 2013 gmc Acadia with 131674km today i was driving and my traction control turn its self off and when i was pressing on gas paddle i did not get power just enough to get to the parking lot what i did i tun my car off compliantly and restarted and everything went back to normal with check engine light on i used OBD meter and i got a code for P1035. I did some research and it say that problem can be O2 Sensor. Since i am new to car repair can you recommend a O2 Sensor brand and how do i know which sensor it is and where would be located?

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I forgot to include images of the obd meter and forgot to mention that i am dues for the oil change my percentage on the dashboard is 0% for the oil. In the obd meter image you can see DTC Pddtc and MIL have numbers and light bulb what is this should i be concerned?


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Before I started throwing parts at it, I would check the wiring harness for corrosion.
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Code P1035 is not a generic OBD II diagnostic code. I see where an internet search has sent you to pages related to P0135 - a generic code for problems with the Bank 1 heated O2 sensor circuit. That is not correct! I found a blurb which indicated this code shown on your scanner (P1035) is manufacturer-specific, which means GM has its own definition for it. I couldn't find any online information for GM's use of the code. As such, you should seek help from a GM-qualified technician to diagnose and repair the problem. In the meantime, clear the code from the system and see if it returns.

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to the forum, BTW.

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Here is a link to how GM uses P1035 in the Cruze. Would assume it would have same meaning across the GM family of vehicles.

https://www.700r4transmissionhq.com/p0135-chevy-cruze/
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Here is a link to how GM uses P1035 in the Cruze. Would assume it would have same meaning across the GM family of vehicles.

https://www.700r4transmissionhq.com/p0135-chevy-cruze/
That's the WRONG CODE in the link, @divotdug!

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Generic power train codes are shown as P0xxx. Codes which are listed as P1xxx are manufacturer-specific. Manufacturer's code definitions might contain proprietary information only available to those with permission to access it.

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That's the WRONG CODE in the link, @divotdug!
Oops....dang it sucks getting old
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Here's something to really add confusion to the mix. BE SURE TO READ THE CAUTIONARY STATEMENT AT THE END!

http://p1035.enginecodes.net/

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