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CEL "ON" Scaned vehicle found two DTC's, P1149 & P2099. Replaced both RHS O2 sensors, cleared codes test drove (short) vehicle OK. There wear no drivability problems with this vehicle. Client came back next day with CEL "ON". Scan for codes found DTC # P1149. Cleared code, test drove vehicle with "Modis" connected to review live data until CEL came on. P1149 code resulted, live data at this time showed the O2 RHS @ .990 volts. What is the cause of this problem. Technician suppect poor CAT.

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    Please review my previous inquiry. The vehicle runs well & has NO drivability concerns.

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Hi, it means a primary oxygen sensor range/performance problem. In other words, the oxygen sensor is indicating a problem with the way the engine is performing. It can be anything from a vacuum leak, a weak fuel pump, a lazy sensor, and so on. It depends more on if the car is not running right or not.

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