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1 7th December 18:31
jerry
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Default 2004 dakota with code P0157


Code P0157 shows up. Know it stands for HO2S Circuit Low Voltage Bank 2
Sensor 2 . Anybody know what that means?
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2 7th December 18:31
scootter
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Oxygen sensor input voltage maintained below normal operating range.
Possible bad sensor..connection or contamination
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3 8th December 00:36
bonecrkr
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Sensor 2 Bank 2 is the left rear oxygen sensor. It problably is bad
and needs to be replaced before your next inspection. The rear oxygen
sensor just monitors what is coming out and isnít as important as the
front oxygen sensor. The car will still run properly if you donít
replace it but will not pass inspection, in most states, if you donít
replace it. The part is inexpensive (about $30) but is hard to
replace without the proper tool. They make a special socket for
replacing oxygen sensors. You should be able to pick up the socket
for $15-$20. It has an opening for the attached wire. You could try
to remove the old one with an open ended wrench but you will probably
strip it. Itís a 22 mm or 7/8 inch


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4 8th December 00:36
maxpower
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You don't need the tool, cut the wire off the old sensor which will now
allow a box 7/8 wrench to remove it. when installing it, just use the open
end 7/8 wrench.

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5 8th December 00:36
raymond sirois
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Wouldn't hurt to soak the hell out of it with some Liquid Wrench,
WD-40, PB, or some other penetrating oil either. Those ****ers can be
tough to get out and any help you can get would be good.
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