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Old 05-27-2011, 06:30 PM   #1
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please i need help with mmy car!!!!

I went to do my inspection today, and i found out that the check engine light in on, and in the inspection report said in the fault codes: P0032: H02S Heater Control High Bank 1 Sensor 1

What you think it is. Do you think that replacing the O2 sensor will get rid of my check engine light?

I need something else, im trying to install the O2 sensor by myself but i don't know where the specified sensor is at, is there any picture that will show where the sensors are located.

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