Hello , my name is Glenn. Welcome to JustAnswer.
P0135 and P0141 both relate to the oxygen sensor heater circuit.
Do you own a testlight ? Would you like help diagnosing this problem ?
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The common cause for the issue your having is a bad PCM or a ground issue. Lets start here.
Check Vehicle Power (VPWR) voltage on the Red (R) wire at the Oxygen (O2) sensors. Check for battery voltage at PCM pins 93 (Red/White (RD/WT) wire), 94 (Yellow/Light Blue (Y/LB) wire) and 95 (White/Black (WT/BK) wire) with the key on and all O2 sensors connected. Check PCM ground activation of the oxygen heater elements after starting the engine. When the engine is started, the PCM should ground activate the circuits at pins 93 and 94. If the PCM does not ground these circuits, replace it.
What Ron has told you here is that the computer has likely lost the ability to "turn on" the oxygen sensor heaters on your truck.
I have seen this numerous times. The heater is controlled through the computer on this truck to allow it to continually test the operation of your oxygen sensor heater circuits.
The reason I asked you to get a testlight is that I was going to instruct you on a way to test this circuit.
Do you still need further explanation here or did you understand what Ron told you?
I have cheched those wires with the sensor disconnected and the red/white, yellow/lt blue, white/black all start with 12 volts and then go to zero. As mentioned above. Do the sensors have to be connected? All wires ohm check good to the fire wall. Not sure where the PCM is located, will need to get a better manual. Currently I'm useing Haynes, which is not all that helpfull. As for the Test light is there something I can do with it as opposed to using a voltmeter?
Also is the PCM a possible problem or is it just a connector block? It it is a connector block then am I looking at a bad computer?
To add to what Ron has contributed here, I am providing a wiring diagram
The powertrain control module connector is circled on the next diagram. You can only see the connector on the firewall. The pcm is inside the vehicle on the other side of the firewall.
This is what the pcm conector looks like.
Just to add to Ron's answer, you could also test the o2 sensor heater circuits for complete failure by using a testlight
Hook up your testlight to BATTERY +. Touch the negative terminal at the battery to make sure your testlight works.
Turn the key off. Unplug the o2 sensors. Start the engine up.
Take your testlight (still connected to BATTERY + ) and touch it to the terminals for the oxygen sensor heater control wires going to the computer . Y/LB, R/W, W/BK.
If the testlight does NOT light up, there is no ground circuit for the heaters. You most likely have a damaged computer. Check the continuity of the wires back to the computer (with the computer disconnected) and if the harness pins look good. Order a new computer.
Note: if the testlight lights up, you may still have a problem with the computer. The o2 sensor heaters can consume 2 amps or more when starting up. The testlight is 1/4Amp or less.
I hope this additional information is of assistance.
Just following up to see how you have made out with the tests we suggested.