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2006 Jeep Wrangler Codes P0032-38-52-58

I have a 2006 Jeep Wrangler with the 4.0L and the check engine light come on about a week ago. I checked the codes and it flashed P0032-P0038-P0052-P0058. I ran some "Sea Foam" through a couple of tanks and cleared the codes and it went away. I drove it for about 62 miles and the check engine light comes on again showing the same codes.I have not noticed any performance issues during any of these events. Can all four O2 Sensors go bad at the same time?
Any help would be appreciated.

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Its possible... IMO
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Make sure the wiring to the o2 sensors didn't get up against the exhaust pipe and melt. Have seen that before and caused those codes
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Make sure the wiring to the o2 sensors didn't get up against the exhaust pipe and melt. Have seen that before and caused those codes
. Is it possible to get a code for high voltage at an o2 sensor from the wire burning or getting too close ? I get a code of p0132 that deals with the o2 sensor
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