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Old 06-21-2011, 11:46 AM
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Code P134...

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Well, after about 8 months on the headers (with the fouler trick) I got a P134 last night.

I can't remember if this is the code for a "bad" rear O2 sensor or not.

Any ideas of next steps? If the fouler doesn't work, then................?

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I'm fairly sure that code is for a lazy primary (front) O2 sensor. Your mileage has probably gone to shit too.

Amazon has a Denso sensor Amazon has a Denso sensor
for $32.24, though you'll need to make sure that one fits your year model (that one will work for a 97-99, primary sensor only). I've been using that sensor since the 1st week of April with no issues, and AutoZone will rent you an O2 socket. Can't remember if it came with anti-seize or not, but you'll want to use some on the threads.
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Rear sensor is P0420


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Thanks a lot guys!

I will get a new front sensor.

Once again - you guys save me a bunch of work & $....thanks!

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Just found the same thing as mentioned before at RockAuto.com

Got it for $28.88 including shipping.

Should be here Friday.
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Just found the same thing as mentioned before at RockAuto.com

Got it for $28.88 including shipping.
Awesome! When I replaced mine, Amazon wound up being about the same price as rockauto for the sensor, but I have Amazon Prime (free for a year since I have an .edu email address), so shipping was free.

Hopefully yours isn't seized too bad. Mine actually came out easily, I was surprised.
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I remember when my O2 sensor went shit I was only getting 240mi on highway with a full tank now I get 100mi+..
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