O2 sensor problem
Hi everyone. So my check engine light came on and the scanner says error P0137 (O2 sensor circuit low voltage bank 1 sensor 2). I went and looked and all the wiring to the sensors look good. So I figure I will replace the sensor tomorrow. I go to the gas station and fill up and as soon as I start the engine the light is off. My question is can filling up your tank have anything to do with the O2 sensor or is this just a weird coincidence. Any advice is much appreciated.
Probably a coincidence. Most likely a failing sensor and the code will likely come back. I wouldn't hurry to replace it until you see if it comes back. Make sure you use an NTK or Mopar sensor. Others like Bosch don't work well in these vehicles.
"Hey, ya never know til you try." Kurt Russell-Big Trouble in Little China
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