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It is the rear O2 sensor. (last one headed away from engine)
One before cat and one after.
that one is the one after.

Posted on Jan 06, 2013

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I have 2002 dodge dakota 3.9 california emissions it has 4 o2 sensors. It has a p0152, p0138, and p0158. How likely is it that all four sensors are bad?


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Had code p0058 come up, so i replaced the co2 sensor. After a few days engine light came on with code p0158....which appears to be almost the same code. whats causing p0158 if ive already changed the...


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