bank 2 o2 sesor code showing even though sensor new. Why

Asked by Aug 22, 2014 at 06:16 PM about the 2004 Jeep Liberty Sport

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Exactly what code are you getting? Could be a wiring problem or perhaps the new sensor is a defect. I work at NAPA and unfortunately defects do happen from time to time. One other thing to be careful of is some mechanics think that whenever the check engine light comes on it's the oxygen sensor or the gas cap. Truth is there's over 100 things that can trigger the check engine light. HTH. -Jim

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