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P0132
bank 1 sensor recording high voltage

P0300
multiple misfire

P0133
slow response of bank 1


The only thing I have noticed is that car does seem a tad sluggish when the light came one. But could someone direct me as to what might be wrong?

02 sensor?
Failing DIC?

I hate CEL's:evil:


EDIT: After further searching I'm assuming its the 02 sensor. So in all honesty, what is the best 02 sensor to get? OEM? Aftermarket?
 

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Didnt clean the engine bay,

Remember when I had that oil issue with the valve cover and oil was getting into the intake system? Well these are the same codes that I recieved from that CEL. So my guess is that the oil clogged up and coated the o2 sensor? Logical?

As for being a short, all I can think if is that I added the Air/Fuel gauge a while ago. Could I have pulled something loose? I think the prior possibility of the o2 sensor being coated might be right, or its just on its way out.

If it keeps me from Carlisle, its because my car blew up on the way there :eek::cheesy:.
 

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Instead of making a new thread I will add to the previouse one. Since the sodes listed above I have done the following in order.

Replaced Stock DP with Abbott Racing 2.5" SS Catless DP
Replaced Front o2 sensor with one from eeuroparts.com

The check engine light was still on which I assumed was because of the catless DP but I went to check the CEL anyway, these are the codes

1)P0106
MAP/BARD
CKT Range/Perf

Not sure what that is from or what would trigger it

2)P0132
o2 Sensor
Circuit High Volts
(Bank 1 Sensor 1)

Umm ok I just replaced this to the tune of $150

3)P0420
Catalyst Efficiency
Below Threshold
(Bank 1)

That one is obvious.
 

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Anyone have any idea why the 1st code is there and what it means and why the 2nd one is back/never went away even after replaceing the front o2 sensor?
 
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