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O\2 sensor will not cause vehicle not to start. engine size?? need more info as to what was done..

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The o2 sensor has been replaced twice in 2 days.


Either the O2 sensor was bad when you bought it or that wasn't the problem. Just because an O2 sensor code pops up, doesn't mean the O2 sensor is bad. Could be vacuum leaks, wiring, or exhaust leaks.

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Cod 51 means o2 sensor is bad but tell me please which o2 sensor is bad .upstream or down stream sensor


Oxygen sensors code sometimes produced because of some other problem, blocked exhaust or cat converter, over rice fuel supply or vacume leak in intake manifold giving a real lean mix and so o2 out of range in both casesw

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97 Ford Fairlane Fault Code 52


Hello, What this means is the Bank2 O2 sensor is getting a high reading in its heater circuit. This can mean the wiring to the O2 sensor on Bank2 has rubbed through or the O2 sensor is bad.

To explain, the O2 Sensors have a heating element built into them to make the controls work faster on Startup. Your sensor on Bank2 spot1 is heating way too much. Either the sensor is bad or the wires to it have rubbed through and are touching metal. You need to inspect the wires to the O2 sensor or replace the sensor.

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Is a bad o2 sensor under the same code as the catalytic converter or would there be a separate code for the o2 sensor ?


seperate code. a bad O2 sensor could cause the converter to go bad and set a 420 code

Mar 05, 2011 | 2002 Toyota Camry

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My Service Engine Soon light came on about a year ago. I took it into the shop and got that problem fixed but the light stayed on, so I took it to advance auto parts and code tested it and it said that...


There are several types of O2 Sensor codes. There can be "Lean O2 Sensor" codes, "Rich O2 Sensor" codes, "O2 Sensor Slow Response" codes, or "O2sensor Heater Circuit" codes. The specific code that is being set changes the way you must go about diagnosing and repairing the problem. I will say however, that in about 80% of all the O2 Sensor code problems that I have had to diagnose, the O2 Sensor itself was NOT the problem. The O2 Sensor was only reporting a problem that was actually caused elsewhere. O2 Sensors are the final checkpoint in the engine management system. I think of them like a report card. If the O2 Sensors are right, the rest of the engine management system is right. If the O2 Sensors are not right, the rest of the engine management system is probably not right. (Except in the 20% of the cases where the problem is actually being caused by a failed O2 Sensor)

Dec 04, 2010 | Mitsubishi Galant Cars & Trucks

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I got error code for bad o2 sensor. and MAF sensor


you're looking at this the wrong way, i suspect you have an engine problem, do a compression and leak down test, also look for a vacuum leak after the maf sensor

May 28, 2010 | 1998 Ford Escort

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2000 Pontiac Sunfire, 2.2 litre engine, automatic. Suspected bad heater in O2 sensor. Idles really rough when first started up in the morning. Exhaust smells really gassy. After engine warms up runs great...


i wouldn't be looking at the o2 sensors! look at the coolant temp sensor! when the car is cold it doesn't correct fuel & air ratio until it is warm so it is not looking at the o2's till then! if the sensor is bad and telling the computer it is warm when it is cold them it would be leaned out and run like that then when the car gets warm it's fine because the sensor is still saying it's warm! would be the opisite if it went bad and was telling the computer it was cold! that is a sure sign of the temp sensor being bad! good luck

Sep 18, 2009 | 2000 Pontiac Sunfire

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O2 sensors trouble codes come back/after being replaced


What were the codes??? You should have gotten one code if it was only one O2 sensor that went bad. If all three O 2 sensor went bad you would have gotten three different codes. P0031 (bank1 sensor1) P0051 (bank2 sensor2) P0061 to P0064 O2 sensor after the catalytic. Hops this helps. 

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I need to know what the definition for fault code


The #2 O2 sensor on the cataylitic convertor,could be caused by a bad sensor or bad convertor.

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