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The code P0137 means that your downstream O2 sensor has low volts. A rich running engine makes the voltage go high, not low. If the upstream sensor is not reading a rich or lean condition, then you need to replace your downstream O2 sensor.
gas line could be crushed or clogged up. but first try the battery might be dead try changing it, the starter could be messed up, or the ignition relay. try the relay before buying a starter. if at last the dont work i would have a code reader put on it and see if anything shows up the reading with cost u but will save some time
sounds like you got a malfunctioning float on your fuel pump (works like a toilet bowl) try adding magellans mystery oil (you can find it at most part houses like napa ect) to you fuel for a few tanks to see if it can loosen things up if not probably going to need to replace the part
You can not access the codes unless you use a code reader, this is because of the letter prefix and the number of codes, there are P codes for the engine and trans, B codes for the body, and I codes for some of the other systems in the body. These scanners are cheap, about $30 on ebay.
You can't read the codes this way on 95 and newer cars and light trucks (OBD 2 system), you will have to either go to a Kragen auto where they will do it for free or buy a cheap code reader for about $30-40.