O2 sensor

Asked by Jun 12, 2016 at 06:17 PM about the 2004 Chrysler PT Cruiser Base

Question type: General

Computer says p0137 when i do the ignition
test with turning key 3 times. Dnt know if
thats front or back O2 sensor. Sensor is
cheap and sounds very easy to replace from
online research. I can barely afford sensor
let alone 150$ to replace. I was told by
freinds not to worry about it, that i will just
have to put more gas in it. Will driving it like
that mess up engine?  Also where can i find
free information on 04 pt cruiser because all
online info i could find has every other year
but mine. God bless anyone who can help.

1 Answer

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P0137 Oxygen Sensor Circuit Low Voltage (Bank 2, Sensor *1) The cost of a HEGO (heated exhaust gas oxygen) the* UPSTREAM ONE... will pay for its self FAST they cost approx $40 pay and have it done. Regards

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