Good Morning, David. No, it doesn't look like the p-codes are on there. Shame how the Dealers are taking advantage these days. Ok. Let me try and address some of the question you had in your original question and try and give you some insight and maybe another option...
On this vehicle, there are literally hundreds of p-codes. Most of which are very straight forward and point to a single item. However, ALL p-codes, no matter what, will have the description, possible cause and then a testing procedure to prove that the item in question is faulty. These tests usually require a scan-tool or testing equipment, but again, there IS a procedure to prove.
With that said... IF the p-code(s) pointed to 2 oxygen sensors, first, this is very very rare for 2 to fail at the same it. I'm not saying it can't happen... I'm just saying it's very rare. IF/When the codes set for 2 oxygen sensors, many times it's an electrical problem or another item effecting the oxygen sensor. For example: a Cylinder Misfire CAN effect multiple oxygen sensor. However, when this is the case, the p-code for the misfire should also be present. In which case, fix the misfire and the oxygen sensor codes clear as well.
So, unfortunately, at this point, this is where those p-codes come in. We need to have the same info that the Dealer currently has. So those p-codes are important. My advice at this point would be to have those p-codes scanned from a non-Dealer, unbiased place. You can have these p-codes read FREE (except in California) at any local "big chain" part store (ie. AutoZone, PepBoys, Advanced, etc). Once you have those codes, we can more accurately and efficiently determine the root of the problem, and then make the correct repair. And if it's one of those p-codes that isn't very straight forward... also get the test procedure to determine the root of the problem.
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