These fault codes indicate that the amount of current flow through the oxygen sensor heaters is incorrect.
The P0155 is for the bank 2 sensor 1 heater circuit, and the P0141 is for the bank 1 sensor 2 heater circuit.
These heater circuits are pulsed on and off by the powertrain control module to control the heating elements inside the oxygen sensors. Performing the manufacturer's test sequence for these 2 codes requires use of a professional level scan tool that has the capability of commanding the heater circuits to pulse during testing. I am not sure if you ahve this equipment; you pulled codes somehow but I am not sure if it was with a generic code reader tool or a class-2 scan tool.
if you do not have the required equipment to perfrom the manufacturer's test procedure for this problem, basically all you can do is perform a visual inspection of the wiring harness and connectors for damage, and perhaps use an ohmmeter to check for open heater circuits or a short to ground in the heater circuits. This may or may not reveal the source of the problem, depending on whether it is an internal PCM fault, a wiring harness fault, or incorrect/ out of to,lerance heaters in the sensors themselves (not unusual if the sensors are aftermarket ones from a discount parts store, for example).
On the bank 1 sensor 2 electrical connector, the heater power circuit is supplied on the pink wire. The PCM pulses ground on the brown wire to control heater operation.
On the bank 2 sensor 1 oxygen sensor, the power is supplied on the pink wire and the PCM pulses ground on the lt green wire to control heater operation.
Power for the oxygen sensor heaters originates at the 20 amp fuse albelled "oxygen" in the power distribution center; you should have power in the pink wires whenever the key is in the ON position. If not, check for a blown fuse; if one of your original oxygen sensors had a heater shorted to ground internally it might have blown the fuse.