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My 2005 pathfinder service engine light just came on. i took it to autozone an the diagnostic codes they gave me were P1051 and P1168. I wanted to know what they were B4 i took it in to the dealer and they give me a run around claiming more was wrong than really is. Any help on this issue is greatly appreciated.

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P0151 Front O2 Sensor, Bank 2 Lean Shift Monitoring,P1168 Closed Loop, Bank 2 i would do the o2 sensor on this side..and thats it unless you get something else

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  • kevingsuzuki Feb 07, 2010

    P0151 Front O2 Sensor, Bank 2 Lean Shift Monitoring,P1168 Closed Loop, Bank 2 i would do the o2 sensor on this side..and thats it unless you get something else

  • kevingsuzuki Feb 07, 2010

    P0151 Front O2 Sensor, Bank 2 Lean Shift Monitoring,P1168 Closed Loop, Bank 2 i would do the o2 sensor on this side..and thats it unless you get something else

  • David Lawson Jan 04, 2013

    1051 not 0151 !!

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The people at Auto Zone can tell you what these codes are for.

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