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Nissan altima 2000 2.4l p135 and p325 come up ,

Nissan altima 2000 2.4l check engine light on, p135 and p325 come up , what to do,change oxygen sensor or knock sensor

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I would start with the o2 sensor first if its not working right it will set off the knock sensor but beware of vaccum leaks sounds like your running lean

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I have Nissan Altima 2001 running 93500 K. since last a week service engine soon light on and showing P0141 & 0325 codes. What is the fix for P0141 and P0325 error codes.


p0325 = bank 1 sensor 2 oxygen sensor p0141 = knock sensor
if it were me you could watch the sensor on a scanner to see if working properly but without a scanner i'd replace the oxygen sensor bank 1 = passenger side
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What does dpe 33 means, i got that light on my 2003 nissan altima


Heated oxygen sensor curcuit -
This fault indicates a faulty O2 sensor or bad wire to that sensor.
It is a relatively cheap part - it bolts into the exhaust at the front of the car, you can see it between the engine and radiator, bolted into the exhaust with a cable running to it.
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My service engine soon light stays on, I figured out that it's a Oxygen sensor. In the past colder months the light would come on for a couple days, then go off for a period of time. I am thinking the...


It should be close to the muffler. You can change it however the engine must be warmed up in order to remove the sensor. If you change it make sure you use anti seeing commpound when you replace the sensor. Prices vary from $15.00 to $100.00. Check with auto store for price. Might get a better deal on Ebay.

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Over consumption of fuel


tire psi correct .no dragging brakes,clean air filter.proper gap on spark plugs,clean oil,check engine light off should be good to save and calm driving habits should help/ oxygen sensors/ o2 .should be changed at 100,000 km regardless as they wear out,slow crosscounts to ecm via fuel management ,dont over look o2 sensors just because there is no dtc in computer history

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