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OBD is an acronym for "On-Board Diagnostics", standardized as OBDII (OBD 2) in 1997. Through OBDII, the car's computer monitors all important subsystems and can report failure codes for any of those subsystems when something goes wrong.

You didn't drive very far to that emission station, did you? If the engine and transmission aren't fully warmed up when you get there, they won't be able to get reliable status codes from the computer... so you should be sure that the car is fully warmed up from driving before you arrive to be tested.

Axis... | Answered on Aug 05, 2014


Code 134 is for no activity from bank one sensor one, which is in front of the catalytic converter.

Axis... | Answered on Jun 01, 2014


most of the o2 sensors are cheap on domestic cars and trucks, I did one on a honda while back and the sensor was 5 hundred bucks. most usa cars are about 20 to 100 bucks. just ask the guy at your local auto parts store on how to fix it.and what tools are needed. most of these are easy fixes.. good luck .. Jay

Axis... | Answered on Feb 08, 2014

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