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Today, as soon as I got on the highway my check engine light turned on, pulled over right away and plugged my scanner and it read P2195 O2 Stuck lean Bank1 Sensor1 I have found much on that code in the forum.
Would it actually be the sensor itself, or could be caused by something else?
Could anyone tell me where that sensor is located and if it's pain to get to.
Edit: NOTE: I have a Bluetooth OBD2 reader and I use the Torque app so I could see that specific sensor's data, which was a fixed voltage, unlike the other one that were going up and down.
In case I forget my car is a 2010 Mazda 6 GT
**This post WILL contain all kinds of grammatical errors, I apologize, English isn't my first language**
Last edited by Snakes; 03-07-2018 at 09:12 PM.