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Code p0131 elantra

Replaced sensor twice, no wiring or exhaust problems

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SOURCE: Service Engine soon light Code P0133

In most cases this means the O2 sensor is defective.

Posted on Dec 11, 2008

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SOURCE: 2004 gto ls1 motor is running rich and dtc code is P0131

that would be your best bet it is very hard to diagnose a injected v8 with out the right equipment but speaking from experience ( due to the fact we in Australia built these cars) the oxy sensors cause all sorts of problems and swapping them over does't necercarly prove much

Posted on Dec 20, 2008

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SOURCE: 96 cavalier obd codes p0171 p0131 p1133 replaced

if you replaced the sensors, you have to clear the codes with a obd2 scantool, otherwise its still gonna show a fault.

Posted on Jul 21, 2009

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SOURCE: 98 chevy s-10 codes p0131, p0171, and p1133

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SOURCE: 2002 Buick Lesabre codes P0131, P0171, and P1133.

Sounds like you just need to replace the one or two 02 sensors on bank 1.If you have over 100,000 miles the 02 sensos are realy to be replaced just as spark plugs and air filteres. If you wait to long to replace them you take a chance of them not comming out and then when they do go bad you will need to replace the exhaust as well.Hope this helps and good luck.

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HI ghosthunter6 codes P0131&P0137&P0341 indicative of having electrical short .
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