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Old 01-10-2014, 12:10 AM   #1
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P-0135 code help

So I just put in some lt headers and my passenger side o2 sensor has something wrong with it. I have a few questions.
1. I had to extended the 02 myself and there was 2 white wires maby I mixed them up? Would that be an issue?

2. I have 2 extra rear 02 sensors. Could I just plug one of these in in its place?
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So I just put in some lt headers and my passenger side o2 sensor has something wrong with it. I have a few questions.
1. I had to extended the 02 myself and there was 2 white wires maby I mixed them up? Would that be an issue?

2. I have 2 extra rear 02 sensors. Could I just plug one of these in in its place?
According to my iPad app, that code will appear if the current consumption on the O2 Sensor Heater Circuit Bank1 Sensor 1 exceeds the calibration limit (i.e high current), or an open or short circuit has been detected.
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So I just put in some lt headers and my passenger side o2 sensor has something wrong with it. I have a few questions.
1. I had to extended the 02 myself and there was 2 white wires maby I mixed them up? Would that be an issue?

2. I have 2 extra rear 02 sensors. Could I just plug one of these in in its place?
Did you splice the wires and crimp them yourself or did you buy the extensions? If you did crimp them yourself, you may have interfered with the current and resistance values that the computer reads. You may be better off buying the extensions
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Yep the extensions are the way to go!
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I found out what it was. I didn't have the 02 plugged in all the way. The one on the passenger side is a ***** to get to. But I figured it out by putting a hanger around it to grab ahold of it
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