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Have a p0136 and a p0137 keep popping up reset it and go about a hundred miles a it pops back up.

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P0137....O2 Sensor Circuit Low Voltage (Bank 1 Sensor 2)

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Hi. The combination of 137 and 036 indicate the sensor may be disconnected, the wires badly damaged or the sensor has packed up. This sensor is mounted in the exhaust pipe behind the catalytic converter. It there are 2 catalytic converters (my diagram indicates only one), it is the one that comes from the back side of the engine--by the firewall. Check the wires first--make sure they haven't burned up on a hot pipe or manifold. Also look inside the connector to make sure there are no bent terminals, etc. If the wires look good, replace the sensor.

For the 410 code, this does not appear to be related. The PCM is not seeing the currents it should out of these components. This will require a bit of troubleshooting to resolve, as the code is not very specific. There are at least 3 circuits to check.
First check these fuses: IGN 1, AIR PUMP A, and AIP PUMP B. These are all in the engine compartment relay box. If these are all good, you may need a new air valve. Please get back to me if this is the case.

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