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I have replaced the ox sensor in my 2001 durango at least 4 times in the last 8 months....why would it keep going bad??

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There is probliy a open in the circet bad electrical wiring check the wiring and fuses.or sometime you may have a bad pcm.its hard to say a good scaner will help you with this.goodluck

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