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Check engine diagnossis was the heater sensor. Is

1998 plymouth Breeze 128K miles. Check engine light diagnosis was the heater sensor. The guy didn't give me a code. Is this major. Forgive my ignorance but is heatr sensor & heater core the same thing?

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He might have meant the Heated O2 Sensor, Go to AutoZone and they will pull the code again for free. It's better to get the exact code than to guess. The Heater Core has to do with your Heater/ Climate Control system. The Heated O2 Sensor is part of your Emission Control System.

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No there not, heater sensor more then likely is your o2 sensor, heater core will not make an check engine light come on.

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