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Hi i would like to know how much for replacing an O2 sensor?

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Depending on the year and model, your car has either 1 or two sensors. they are about $65.00/Ea and it should take no more than an hour to change one or both.

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O2 sensor $75.00 up to =$150.00 labour one hour $80.00 an hour give or take $10.00 or twenty dollars an hour

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I have a 2007 jeep commander code P0153 O2 sensor slow response( bank 2sensor 1) replaced O2 light came back on later that day same code replaced O2 sensor again later that day check engine back on


What type O2sensor did you use ? Aftermarket ? Jeep's ,Chryslers , dodge are picky . WARNING Aftermarket Oxygen Sensors Chrysler part 1 Did you test or just replace the O2 sensor . P0153 Jeep O2 sensor 2 1 Slow Response If you don't have the tools like this guy uses an have the know how it's tough to fix problems like this .

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Hi I have Toyota solara 2006 and 120000 m on it the check engin goes on and of by itself once a while the problem is in o2 oxygen sensor bank 1 Do u know why ?


Your O2 sensor is part of your engine management system and helps the main computer decide on the correct fuel/air mixture for the current driving conditions. They often go bad way earlier than 120 K miles. The check engine light is the cars way of telling you a number of things are bad. You can easily replace the O2 sensor your self. It is located in the lower part of the exhaust manifold. It looks like a sparkplug with a thin wire on it. Simply disconnect the wire from the engine connection, unscrew the O2 sensor and replace it with a new one (about $85-110) at your local auto parts store. Hope this helps.

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2003 chevy aveo #1 O2 sensor


#1 is the up-stream sensor (The O2 sensor located before the Catalytic Convertor). #2 is the down-stream O2 sensor. This sensor is located after the Catalytic Convertor. I hope this helps, let me know if you have other questions concerning this issue. Good luck.

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Bank 1 O2 sensor swaped with Bank 2 O2 sensor


Hi Adam, I believe the most cost effective action for you is to get the management system designed for your engine. When doing so it may well be required that you also purchase the wiring harness that goes with the replacement unit. Regards John

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Hi, I have a 1999 Saturn SC2 and my service engine light came on. I did a diagnostic on it and the code showed P1133. The guy at the auto shop told me it's an oxygen sensor, but didn't know if it was the...


First, I wouldn't let that guy work on your car. P1133 is "O2 Sensor Slow Response - Sensor 1" Anybody that has been in the auto repair business for more than a week should know that Sensor 1 is ALLWAYS the FRONT sensor.

Note: O2 sensor codes do not necessarily mean that an O2 sensor needs to be replaced. Most O2 Sensor codes are caused by something other than the O2 Sensor itself. (there are several different possible O2 Sensor codes for your car. P0131, P0132, P0133, P0134, P0138, P0171, P0172, P1133, P1134)

The most likely cause of DTC (Diagnostic TroubleCode) P1133 is contamination of the O2 Sensor. Replacing a contaminated O2 Sensor without repairing the source of the contamination will only result in a repeat repair. It could be caused by bad fuel, improper use of RTV sealant, engine oil or engine coolant. I have seen this caused many times by engine oil leaks that run down the exhaust and clog the holes in the side of the sensor shield. (The sensor must "breathe" to work properly)

Then on the other hand, if your vehicle has a lot of miles on it, the sensor could be just chemically worn out. In any case, the FRONT sensor is the one that is setting the code.

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Error code p0032 on 2004 dodge caravan. what is the code?


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P0032 means HO2S Heater Control Circuit High (Bank 1 Sensor 1).

It means high impedance from O2 sensor, check wiring to sensor and replace the sensor.
Check O2 sensor located in bank 1 (cylinder 1 side- see here), and after the catalitic converter (there is also an O2 sensor before cat converter).

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One of three (3) possibitlies:
1. Catalytic Converter is malfunctioning.
2. O2 Sensor is malfunctioning. This will be the O2 Sensor located on the Catalytic Converter. However you should check and/or replace both sensors if needed.
3. You have an Exhaust Leak.
In Order of checking:
A. Check and Repair any Exhaust Leak.
B. Replace the O2 Sensor on the Catalytic Converter 1st. Also Known as the Downstream O2 Sensor or HO2 Sensor.
C. Replace the O2 on the Exhaust Manifold prior to the Catalytic Converter. Also Known as the Upstream O2 Sensor.
D. Replace the Catalytic Converter.
Let me know if this helped, or if you have any additional information, problems or questions. Feel free to contact me at FixYa.com!

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How do you check the O2 sensor


hi, the only way to really check the o2 sensor is buy removing it then running power through it but this can damage it further.
The most common thing you will notice if the lambda sensor (oxygen sensor) when the car starts from cold and if it runs ok when you run the car upto temperature if when its hot the engine doesnt run correc then this is usually proof the o2 sensor needs replacing.

What makes you think the o2 sensor is gone and are you going on about the lambda sensor in the exhaust if not then im sorry but let me know then i can assist you further ok

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P2196,pcm replaced,o2 sensor replaced,maf replaced,engine head replaced,injectors replaced,code still there and engine missfire


HI
P2196 REFER TO THE O2 SENSOR ONLY ???
the most cause of it :-
o2 sensor
fuel pressure
fuel injectors
air intake restricted

check for that and ask me for more information
with my best wishes

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