car wont move when in drive or reverse. just changed o2 sensor

Asked by Jul 11, 2015 at 09:53 PM about the 2004 Mazda MAZDA6 4 Dr s Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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25,595

did you think that changing the a/f/o2 sensor was a fix..or was it ok before?? need some more info please.

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got the check engine light check they said it was 02 sensor bank 1 so i changed both. car wont start at first then it did. try to move it and it wouldnt go when i put it in drive on reverse it dont move it just go back and forth jerrking

25,595

so it was doing that jerking and they told you it needed a o2 sensor ??? this is hard with little info...cant rule out starting and run fuel pressures...anyone else want to add anything?

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65,785

First thing we need to know was it doing the jerking before you replaced o2 sensor?

25,595

with both of us me might succeed..i bet it was....but that wasnt the problem...

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it wasnt jerking. when i would press on the gas it was sputtering and it would hesitate then it would take off i changed spark plug mass flow sensor a the two 02 sensor.it was drivable until i change the 02 sensor.

25,595

first put the old sensor back in if you still have it...is the right bank rear sensor associated with trouble code P0140. You want to change the left bank rear sensor behind the engine by the firewall. That is the one that trips P0160.

ok ill do it in the am thank you both and ill let yall know what happens

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