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I dont show the diagnostic procedure for this fault on this model here but in almost all cases when you have a faulty oxygen sensor code this indicates the sensor itself is at fault needing replaced.I have had to replace several faulty oxygen sensors in the past before for issues like this here and suspect yours needs replaced.Make sure there is no damaged wiring or connections to the sensor needing repaired or replaced.
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Are there any code numbers coming up on the screen with this message at all?
You should have a signal wire on each sensor that should fluctuate usually around 200 millivolt to around 900 millivolt when warmed up.If you have a cat or filter on the exhaust and there are two sensors after the filter or cat. then the signals on these should remain steady with slight movement on their signal wire when warmed up as well.If one is not moving like the others this usually indicates a faulty sensor needing replaced.
Unfortunately I do not have a diagram on this model to tell which wire is the signal wire.
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