So the background. 2011 Sentra 2.0 stock 114,000 miles
This started with just p131 A/F sensor 1 circuit low voltage, and Also occasionally p101 MAF would appear intermittently...
Indeed the voltage was dropping to very low voltages and sometimes 0 upon deceleration particularly letting off the throttle just after fairly high load. I was pretty certain the sensor wasnt the issue, but went ahead and replaced the upstream A/F sensor due to mileage. Still p131. Found the assumed air leak, the lousy ribbed intake tubing just after the MAF was torn and cracked, replacing it has taken care of p131, check engine light off. Still
In this time I noticed the air intake temp sensor is always reading about 10°F-15°F above the outside temp and the coolant temp on stone cold engine (average outside right now is 50-60°F and sensor always reading 75s).
So, replaced air intake manifold gasket, throttle body gasket, cleaned throttle body plates, cleaned MAF with MAF cleaner, replaced spark plugs, as well as rocker cover gasket (valve cover gasket) no avail. I then very very carefully took the MAF sensor out still attached to harness to test outside air temp, thinking maybe the air intake tubing is warmer inside. That instantly threw p113 intake air temp sensor 1 circuit high and p101 MAF performance and the intake temp read 93°F in that moment (faulty wiring?) I put the sensor back and it went back to reading 75s, it was about 56°F outside.
Then I tested MAF sensor harness for IAT and MAF power supply, both had solid voltage supply. Then I tested for continuity for both sensors output to the ECM. No continuity. It is possible I didn't probe the ECM harness properly or well enough. I used a saftey pin. Scan data has always reported the sensor data for both MAF and IAT, so I'm doubting there is no continuity there??
At this point, forgetting only 1 ECM harness was plugged in, I turned the ignition on for 2 seconds
until I realized the radiator fans kicked on instantly. Now I have p130 and p1148 check light, and permanent stored codes are 101, 113, 1148, and 130, and ECM is stuck in open loop, the fuel system PID reads open loop fault about once every min for about 5-10 seconds, and A/F (new sensor) voltage stays locked at 2.2V and equivalence ratio stays locked at about 1.06.
I greatly appreciate any input at all. My main question is did I damage my ECM? How can I test the ECM to know if it's good? And did i read no ECM continuity on the MAF IAT sensor output because improper probing? I know I should of probbed from the rear of harness instead.
Later tonight I will swap the old but still good o2 (A/F) sensor back in to see if i fried the new sensor. Thanks guys