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09-27-2012 06:18 PM
MDCalvert
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Originally Posted by elsolo View Post
I don't know, I just went off the chart.

The DTC is for the O2 sensor, but the O2 sensor is not necessarily the problem is all I am saying.
The O2 sensor isn't responding as expected, but that could be because the conditions are not what the car expects and the O2 sensor is fine.
Thanks man , anybody else any ideas?
09-27-2012 02:59 PM
elsolo I don't know, I just went off the chart.

The DTC is for the O2 sensor, but the O2 sensor is not necessarily the problem is all I am saying.
The O2 sensor isn't responding as expected, but that could be because the conditions are not what the car expects and the O2 sensor is fine.
09-27-2012 02:26 PM
MDCalvert
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Originally Posted by elsolo View Post
Maybe it's the wiring to the sensor.
Could be the MAF sensor too, or an exhaust leak, according to the DTC chart.
Wiring to the sensor all looked good and also checked f 18 fuse under hood was good too. Just checked for exhaust leak didnt see anything but might have slight leak maybe where header and orp meet. Somehow the seating of it has became displaced so where it the header has moved upwards off orp. But couldnt see any leaks or feel any I dunno.You think that could be it.

Havent been able to check maf but it was just cleaned recently with maf cleaner.
09-27-2012 01:46 PM
elsolo Maybe it's the wiring to the sensor.
Could be the MAF sensor too, or an exhaust leak, according to the DTC chart.
09-27-2012 01:08 PM
MDCalvert
Just changed sensor !! Need help

Hey guys I own a 02 focus svt. Well I was getting codes for po133 and po132 for my o2 sensor and I ended up replacing it with new denso o2 sensor from advanced auto parts.

Well its only been four days and I jut checked my livewire dtc reader and the po133 code is badck are you kidding me!!!!. How can the new o2 sensor go bad again in four days. I am so beyond pissed right now guys! Any help?? Please how can this be happening

Just to add on po133 was a pending code when read by programmer

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