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Old 09-27-2012, 12:08 PM   #1
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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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