Question about 1996 Ford Aerostar Extended
An O2 Sensor Code, does not mean the sensor is bad.
You failed for the check light, not the code.
The sensor could be old and worn out,when ever you get a check light,yes, you do retrieve all codes first. Then the code is used to direct you to an area or problem, within the powertrain .
O2 Codes are caused more by vacuum issues or other issues,and the code is set, as a result of trying to correct short term fuel trim,and goes out of range,setting the light/code
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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