the code P0132 on dodge intrepid is : the right upstream o2 sensor is shorted to ground , possible causes are the o2 sensor is gone bad , the wiring or connectors are damaged or corroded, or the ( PCM) power control module
When you have a bad oxygen sensor your car may consume a lot of gas. Your car may also drive slower.
It's an interference engine. Once timing is gone, expect failures in upper parts.
it is false economy to do that. the sensor is probably gone too,or on its way out. buy a new sensor. it will pay for itself in the long run.
Oxygen sensors are in the exhaust manifold, right before the crossover or headpipe, depending on which you have. If it says "bank 1" on the code reader, just replace them both. Since oxygen sensors fail after they've served for a while, if one has gone bad the other will be there soon.
When a 300 SL Benz will run fine put when in park it cut off it can only mean one thing. It usually mean that the oxygen sensor has gone bad. A oxygen sensor can be bought at any auto parts store.
No, once it's gone, it's gone.
Check the wiring for a short it has to be getting power from somewhere. Check swiches as well and remember that even new parts can be bad. you will need a multimeter for this task. I had the same problem with my intrepid. it was gone after i changed the thermostat, use a Mopar thermostat, these cars are designed for 196 degrees.
I don't know if you're supposed to but I've been doing it for three years with a car that has 228,000 miles and nothing has gone wrong yet.
Did you check for a leak?
Oxygen was gone
The O2 sensor is on the drivers side exhaust manifold. When all four exhaust pipes come together from the manifold that area is called the collector. The O2 sensor should be right there. If your looking for this and you get to the catalytic converter you have gone too far.
How can you tell if a crank sensor has gone bad on a 1994 Nissan altima
it cannot respire and will die
So, following some advice given on answers.com for earlier model ford rangers, I did go to the local autozone dealer who scanned the truck free of charge and informed me that the oxygen sensor had failed. I purchased a new sensor and per the instructions, disconnected the negative battery terminal. I was unable to replace oxygen sensor on my own, but after reconnecting battery terminal and restarting truck, realized the check engine light had gone off.
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Have a mechanic test the fuel sensor circuit. Likely the sensor has gone bad and will require replacement.
Any time you have to reset the ECM, all you have to do is disconnect the negative battery cable for about 15 seconds--if you've replaced the sensor--I just had to do that twice--the first one apparently was bad so I had to buy another one and now that fault is gone.
If animals were all gone where will we get our meat? If plants were gone where will we get our oxygen? This is why preserving wildlife is a good idea.
if all the animals were gone there would be no carbon dioxide for plants and trees to take in and no oxygen would be produced.
the oxygen of the ballon will be gone and the ballon will get pop when the space try to elimate the oxygen. So it will pop
No. No one has even gone to Pluto so its pretty obvious that no one has gone there? And you would die, because there is no oxygen there.
it's either low on oil or the sensor is bad. if you KNOW the oil level is full then the sensor has gone away on you.
The sensor circuit has gone "open circuit". Possible bad sensor or broken wire.
Same thing went wrong with my 96.... the selenoid in the transmission had gone out. This is a dealer part, but I purchased mine @ Daaco.