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KingKota2001
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6/29/2005
08:52:55

Subject: RE: Oxygen Sensors
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Over two weeks and still good...



Duncan
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8/29/2005
17:59:48

RE: Oxygen Sensors
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I had the same problem with the PCM kicking a P0141 and P0161. I checked all the fuzes and swapped the relays with the A/C and foglights and they all were good. Turns out that the ground was loose on the engine block. The big group of ground wires next to the coil was just loose enough to cause a bad ground. It also solved mt intermitent A/C compressor problem. Hope that might help anyone else out there.



civitjake
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3/16/2015
13:30:25

RE: Oxygen Sensors
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Do universal O2 sensors fit both upstream and
downstream ?



Michael J McC
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6/07/2021
18:03:34

RE: Oxygen Sensors 2003 Dodge Dakota P0132 code
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I just bought this truck. 4.7 motor. it wasn't
running because the owner tried to change the
rear expansion plugs by "moving back the trans"
he dropped the plug behind the engine and
flywheel and said the hell with it. He said it
ran so I took a flyer and bought it for
$400.00.
i got it all together and it started right up
was running pretty good and then P0132 came on,
so i'm not sure if it was there before or what.
I checked the wiring and it looks good. I also
checked the fuse box in the engine compartment
and there is a space for an O2 sensor Relay but
it's not there. so 2 questions. I am waiting to
get the thing registered this weekend. so I
havent been able to take it out on the road and
blow some of the cobwebs ooff of it. 1A. do you
think it might just need that drive to reset
the brains after the battery being disco'd for
awhile? 1B. do you think I should just change
the upstream O2 SEnsor? and 2A. do I need to
put an O2 Sensor relay in the fuse block ro
should I leave it empty. I appreciat your input



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