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1997 Maxima getting codes P0150, P0155 changed O2 sensor still getting codes after erased and driven... please Advise

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CODE P0155 IS O2 HEATER FAULT MOST LIKELY CAUSE IS WIRING, GROUND CONNECTIONS ,POSSIBLE ECM .

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Carlos, No vacuum line to washers, the rubber hoses look just like a lot of vacuum lines and could be mistaken.
error code P0155 is Heated Oxygen Sensor fault, Heater Circuit Bank 2 Sensor 1.
Around 98% of the time, you can assume correctly,without any specific testing, that a new O2 sensor is in order and will solve the problem.
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Code p0130 & p0150


codes 130 and 150 indicate a malfunction in the upstream oxygen sensor circuit which is affecting both oxygen sensors. This fault does not directly pinpoint the o2 sensors as defective, more diagnosis must be performed to get to the root of the problem. You could have a condition where power is not reaching the sensors, causing them to appear dead. There may be a fuel or airflow related issue causing the sensors to report abnormal readings.

To answer your question, the o2 sensors in question are between the engine and the cat convertor in the exhaust. Whether or not changing them blindly will fix your problem is another question.

Jan 11, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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What does code p0155 mean


P0155 = 2/1 O2 Sensor Heater Failure, Oxygen sensor heater element malfunction. logic dictates that you replace your O2 Sensor. DIY car obd2 code scanner online shopping

Jun 05, 2014 | 2004 Chevrolet Avalanche

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Obd code p0150


Here's a link to your code.Here's your firing order,cylinder 1 is bank 1.Bank 2 is on that side but by cat. converter,the oxygen sensor.

Nov 14, 2013 | 1997 Nissan Maxima

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Engine Light


after any part is changed due to a code it needs to be erased before the car is started erase the codes and go from there

Oct 21, 2012 | 1997 Nissan Maxima

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I'm thinking about buying a 2002 range rover. It has a service/check engine codes of 134,135,155. Is it likely to be more than oxygen sensor problems? Please reply , Mel


with those codes showing, it could be either bad O2 sensors or there is a problem with the wiring to those sensors. Also, the wrong sensors may be installed. I'm assuming codes P0134, P0135, P0155.

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P0134 = O2 sensor circuit-no activity detected (bank 1 sensor 1)

P0135 = O2 sensor heater circuit malfunction (bank 1 sensor 1)

P0155 = O2 sensor heater circuit malfunction (bank 2 sensor 1)

Feb 11, 2011 | 2002 Land Rover Freelander

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Check enegine light stay s on all the time, here are the codes im getting, if someone could tell me how to fix these that would be great. p0155 p0141 p0136 p0443 p1451 p0135 p0161 p1409


P0155: O2 Sensor heater Circuit Malfunction (bank2 ) Sensor 1.

P0141: O2 Sensor heater Circuit Malfunction (bank1 ) Sensor 2.

P0135: O2 Sensor heater Circuit Malfunction (bank1,Sensor1)

P0136: O2 Sensor Circuit Low voltage (bank1) Sensor 2.

P0443 : Evaporative Emission control System Purge control valve.

P1451: Eavporative Control System Canister vent solenoid Circuit Malfunction.

P0161: O2 Sensor Circuit Low voltage (bank2,Sensor2)

P1409: Electronic Vacuum Regulator (EVR) control circuit malfunction.

change the O2 sensors first,Then check the the EGR Vacuum regulator for any Malfunction. Good luck

Jan 14, 2011 | Ford Mustang Cars & Trucks

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Ive got a question for a 1997 chevy tahoe. i need to find out which o2 sensor to change when a DTC codes register with P0155 AND P0154. can anybody help me?


P0155 02 Sensor Heater Circuit Malfunction (Bank 2 Sensor 1)
THIS IS THE SENSOR BEFORE THE CAT CONVERTER
P0154 02 Sensor Circuit No Activity Detected (Bank 2 Sensor 1)
SAME SENSOR, WHEN THEY SAY BANK 2 IT IS THE BANK OF CYLINDERS OPPOSITE THE BANK THAT HAS #1 CYLINDER IN IT,
MAKE SURE THE SENSOR IS CONNECTED AND THAT THE CONNECTOR IS NOT DAMAGED.

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