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P2096= Post Catalyst Fuel Trim System Too Lean

P0137= O2 sensor voltage low bank 1 sensor 2

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P2096 - Post Catalyst Fuel Trim System Low Limit

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SOURCE: I have 2 codes showing on my 2004 chrysler

P0137 O2 Sensor Bank 1, Sensor 2 Voltage Low
P2096 Down Stream Fuel System Bank 1, Sensor 2 Lean

There are 3 possible engines in your vehicle, a 2.4L 4-cyl, a 2.7L V-6, and a 3.0L V-6. If your car has a 4-cyl then there is only one downstream O2 sensor. This is where you need to start the diagnosis for code P0137.
While it would be nice to assume that the sensor is faulty, the sensor wiring between sensor and PCM could be the problem as well.
That said, you are looking for a DOWNSTREAM OXYGEN SENSOR. I strongly advise that the replacement be OEM compatable. Avoid Universal Replacement types that use **** connectors to make them work.
Good Luck!

Posted on Dec 29, 2010

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SOURCE: I have these codes coming

code #0406 = egr position sensor circuit high ( stuck egr valve or bad egr sensor most likely sensor )

code #2096 = downstream fuel trim system lean ( see next code )

code #0137 = O2 sensor bank 1 sensor 2 circuit low ( replace rear O2 sensor driver side )

code #2299 = brake peddle position/accelerator pedal position incompatible. ( hav you been power braking this truck? ) ( brake light was on wile accelerator was being pushed )

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