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P2097 p2196 p2626

Codes p2097 p2196 p2626 came up for my check engine light. Do I need both up stream and down stream o2 sensors?

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P2097 Post Catalyst Fuel Trim System Too Rich
P2196 O2 Sensor Signal Stuck Rich
P2626 O2 Sensor Pumping Current Trim Circuit/Open
yeah, you really have a bad O2 sensor
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SOURCE: My car failed emissions with the following Codes

O2 Sensor in manifold has failed, replace it and have computer reset, hope this helps, let me know

Posted on Jun 03, 2009

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SOURCE: sensor 1 bank has an open circuit

it is the O2 sensor in the manifold that went bad. it is an easy fix but i wouid recommend taking in to somwere other than the dealer to save you money. this is small problem that will only effect your gas milage a little

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SOURCE: my check engine light came on it said P2626

This is an O2 sensor failure with the sensor located in the manifold. The associated heater probably failed causing the sensor to fail.

Posted on Jan 06, 2010

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SOURCE: I got 2 codes off the check engine OEM today...

It has two sensors. Bank 1 Sensor 1 is inside the engine bay under the metal heat shield on the front of the engine. Check out NTK sensors online. The one you need will be a 4 wire sensor. The NTK part number is 24588.

Posted on Dec 08, 2010

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SOURCE: i have five codes P2237

P2237 P2196 P2271 P0030 P0171

These are all O2 sensor trouble codes, except P0171 which is a fuel trim code,

You have a bad 02 sensor - up stream - Bank 1 Sensor 1.

Replace it, then road test. The engine computer has a 'default' fuel trim it uses when an O2 sensor fails so it can protect the catalytic converter. If this hasn't been going on too long, good chance simply replacing the O2 sensor will remedy your problem.

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I have five codes P2237 P2196 P2271 P0030 P0171 and a P2237 pending code on a 2005 elantra.The car runs poorly, bad gas mileage, sluggish with the check engine light on.Are all O2 sensors bad or maybe the...


P2237 P2196 P2271 P0030 P0171

These are all O2 sensor trouble codes, except P0171 which is a fuel trim code,

You have a bad 02 sensor - up stream - Bank 1 Sensor 1.

Replace it, then road test. The engine computer has a 'default' fuel trim it uses when an O2 sensor fails so it can protect the catalytic converter. If this hasn't been going on too long, good chance simply replacing the O2 sensor will remedy your problem.

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