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Experience:  ASE and CHRYSLER Master Tech 30 years Chrysler Dodge&Jeep Dealership Exp
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I got a check engine light with a P0032 error code, O2 sensor

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I got a check engine light with a P0032 error code, O2 sensor heater, changed out sensor with a Bosch, code went away and all was good for a couple days, then check engine came back on now with P0132. Disconnected battery for 30 mins, alls good for about 2 days, then code is back, any thoughts? 2004 Chrysler Town and Country 3.8 L touring edition.
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Chrysler
Expert:  moparfl replied 7 years ago.
This could just be a bad sensor. You would need a scan tool that will let you look at live data to be able to see if the sensor is working. If it were me I would just take that sensor back and install another one and try it.first
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
replaced sensor twice, further research indicated that non-OEM, and specifically Bosch replacement oxygen sensors do not work for Chrysler/Dodge vehicles even though they say they will.