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Why would you need to look at that,
the Sensors Heater short out ?

A fuse problem won't be resolved replacing a blown fuse

That is something for a repair shop to look into if there is
a reason to do so

Posted on May 17, 2014

Testimonial: "i took my van to auto zone cause the check engine light is on and two codes came up about the o2 heater and to check the fuses but when i open the fuse boxes it does not tell me nothing about the o2 heater fuse"


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