Unfortunately there is no fixing an O2 sensor. If the "check engine" light is on due to an O2 sensor, it can only be remedied by replacing the bad sensor.
You need to get a die that fits. Probably cheaper to buy the sensor
Check the O2 sensor(oxygen sensor) AFTER the catalytic converter
you take it to the people to fix it.
The only thing you can do to them is change them.
Replace it. Sensor 2 is the one AFTER the catalytic converter.
The oxygen sensor on a Saturn can be found in the exhaust manifold at the front of the engine. It simply unscrews and unplugs. 5 minute fix!
New oxygen sensor
The outward appearance of a defective oxygen sensor is no different than the appearance of a brand new one. The components that fail are internal and cannot be repaired ... direct replacement is the only fix.
There are two oxygen sensor for Mitsubishi Outlander. Front Oxygen Sensor and Rear Oxygen Sensor
The only fix is to replace it. If you are mechanicly inclined, this is a doable deal. Before you replace the sensor you should check the wiring for resistance you can use a volt/ohms meter (vom) and test the continuity of the wiring to the sensor.
If the vehicle was built with an oxygen sensor, you will need an oxygen sensor.
Code P0135 means upstream oxygen sensor heater circuit problem right cylinder bank. Did you clear code after replacing the oxygen sensor?
It's integrated into the oxygen sensor. Buy a new oxygen sensor and you get a free oxygen sensor heater.
P0125 is about coolent temp. sensor the problem is not the coolent sensor. When you have lazy Oxygen sensor you get this code. It is sensor 1 but you need to find out which bank, the only way you can find this out by snapon scanner.
P0135 on Mitsubishi galant 2003 Definition: HO2S 11 Heater condition (Heated Oxygen Sensor Bank 1 Sensor 1) Explanation: The powertrain control module monitors the oxygen sensor heater. The computer has recognized a failure in this ciricuit. Probable Causes 1. -Oxygen sensor defective 2. -Poor connection at oxygen sensor 3. -Check circuit-fuse
Check for exhaust leaks, test oxygen sensor operation, replace the catalytic converter.Check for exhaust leaks, test oxygen sensor operation, replace the catalytic converter.
Remove the vacuum hose from the oxygen sensor. Remove the oxygen sensor retaining screws. Reverse the process to install the new oxygen sensor.
Remove the oxygen sensor vacuum to. Remove the oxygen sensor screws. Reverse the process to install the new oxygen sensor.
If you have an oxygen sensor problem then there should be a check engine light "on." Have a repair shop scan and diagnosis the problem. You may not truly have a problem with the oxygen sensor as it could be a vacuum leak that makes the o2 sensor set a code.
To replace the oxygen sensor disconnect the oxygen sensor electrical connector. Use an oxygen sensor socket to remove the sensor. spray the sensor with penetration oil if it is difficult to loosen. install in reverse.
Answer I found this great site about Nissan O2 and its location to fix with diagrams!
The heater in the oxygen sensor has failed. Its a good idea to replace BOTH oxygen sensors at the same time. If one has failed the other won't be lasting very long.
All you have to do is look at your exhaust manifold there is a sensor screwed into your manifold ,that is plugged into a connector on the left side of motor unsrew the sensor and unplug the sensor wire and that is all you do and replace with a new sensor really simple fix
it is the oxygen sensor afterthe cat conv
It's code for oxygen sensor. On V6 I think it's called A/F sensor. You need Oxygen/A/F sensors in case of V6 all of them. There are some cases when all sensors would die.