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Code PO153 How do i fix this problem. change 02 sensor or something else

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Hi,

Switch off engine.
Check harness and connector condition and reliability, if a fault occurs then repair and go to step 6 of the test below.
If no fault is found then disconnect both upstream sensors and go to step 1 of the test below.


Test

  • Check harness continuity PI 128/002 is correctly wired to PI 105/006. If this gives a positive result then go to step 2. If the circuit is open then find and repair the wiring fault, re-connect the harness and go to step 6.
  • Check harness continuity PI 128/001 is correctly wired to PI 105/008. If this gives a positive result then go to step 3. If the circuit is open then find and repair the wiring fault, re-connect the harness and go to step 6.
  • Check harness continuity PI 129/002 is correctly wired to PI 105/019. If this gives a positive result then go to step 4. If the circuit is open then find and repair the wiring fault, re-connect the harness and go to step 6.
  • Check harness continuity PI 129/001 is correctly wired to PI 105/008. If this gives a positive result then go to step 5. If the circuit is open then find and repair the wiring fault, re-connect the harness and go to step 6.
  • If the continuity checks are positive then replace and re-connect the sensors. If this now gives a positive result go to step 6.
  • In order to check if the fault code has been cleared perform the service drive cycle. If this gives a positive result then stop. If the fault is still present then go to step 7.
  • Repeat the diagnostic procedure. If this now omits a positive result then stop.
When testing do not test the resistance between sensor pins 3 and 4 as the generated current can damage the platinum electrodes.


Any further help, let me know.

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