Changed my O2 sensors for code P0141
I have been having a CEL and code P0141 for awhile. P0141 is indicating a problem with the lower front sensor. Well since I have over 80,000 miles on the Jeep I decided to change all. While the mechanic was changing them he found a broken wire to the lower front sensor. So the problem probably was not the sensor, but the broken wire. Oh well, at least now I have good sensors in the engine.
Previous Jeeps: 84 CJ7 (A True Jeep), 2000 XJ (163,000 Miles/Totaled (Pictures of wrecked Jeep in gallery)), 2004 WJ (parting out die to major electrical issues)
If you don't have time to do it right the first time, how do you have time to do it over.
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