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quiero saber porque se encienden las luces del tablero de mi jeep grand laredo year 200

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quiero saber porque se encienden las luces del tablero de mi jeep grand laredo
year 200
Welcome to Just Answer Jeep my name is Mark

Can you post the question in english please..
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
I will like to know why the light still on after the mechanic replace the oxigen sensor he replaced 2 sensors that according to him do the same
Ok thank you. Do you know what the 4 digit fault code number is?

Customer: replied 5 years ago.
no I dont know about the 4 digit code#
Ok I would need that info. If you can find out and reply back that would be great.
Customer: replied 5 years ago.

where i can find the code?


Sit inside with the door closed. Cycle the key ON OFF ON OFF ON.....leaving it on.
Watch the mileage dispaly and see if it changes to show the code.

If it doesn't work on your Jeep, then you need to ue a code reader to get the code.
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
it show 4 codes,P1281,P.0141,P0171,P0131
Perfect, thanks. These are 92 sensors codes and one is them is for the heater circuit not working. If the heater doesn't work, then it may be causing the other codes to set so we will concentrate on the heater.

First, test fuse 16 in the underhood fuse box with a test light or meter with the engine running. We need to see 12 volts on both sides of this fuse.

If the fuse is good go directly to the sensor and check for the presence of 12 volts getting to the sensor.

Let m know how you make out......

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Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Thank you so much for your help, to check the fuse I have to wait for the mechanic whos coming tomorrow and I will give the information Thank you again.
You're very welcome.