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That is just an oxygen sensor
The code doesn't mean it is bad
Bank #1 is too rich-that could be a leaking injector
You can change O2 sensors yourself --IF necessary
They cost around $60 from rock auto.com
I would have the issues diagnosed,you may not
need any parts
Posted on Dec 07, 2012
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