How to get rid of P0135 and P0155 if you have a modified exhaust

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  1. Boosted Motorsports

    Boosted Motorsports Enthusiast

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    If you have an aftermarket or modded exhaust on your GEN ll and your car keeps throwing the check engine light check out this video.

    The stock primary O2 sensors will throw a P0135 or P0155 code for not heating up fast enough on cold start. (Driver or Pass)

    You can easily fix this by either modifying the stock O2 sensors by drilling them or buying these denso units for cheap from rock auto.

    More info in this week's video:fpopcorn:

    https://youtu.be/yP9nwtzQ5S8
    https://youtu.be/yP9nwtzQ5S8
     
  2. Free2go

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    I don't know if it's the ear rings or the way you pronounce your S's but I'd bet you got a little sugar in your tank son.
     
  3. ViperJeff

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    I thought it was very informative, just too long
     
  4. Free2go

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    It's amazing this guy can stay focused on his DIY videos in a storage locker after he clearly got evicted out of his house.
     
  5. Free2go

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    Yeah, and he put that little music bit in there while he was driving just to piss me off. I feel sorry for the guy, he's probably eating squirrel meat under a bridge right now.....
     
  6. ViperJeff

    ViperJeff VCA Legacy Member - UT/AZ Staff Member

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    Guess I didn’t watch that part. Fast forwarded a lot
     

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