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What is wrong with my 2001 Excursion if the OBD2 reader shows error codes: P1132 and P1152, flashing "O" & "OH", non flashing "M", "F", & "CC"?

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P1132 is front 02 bank 1 and P1152 is front 02 bank 2
This codes indicate a rich condition. I would check for a dirty air filter or a dirty MAF sensor.

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You do not guess

You test or try things that do not involve money
or parts

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and test drive

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