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Old 01-30-2011, 02:25 PM
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Has anyone had experience with changing the O2 sensors on the EP? What sensor did you go with, stock, universal or aftermarket? Any pointers you could give in accessing the rear sensors?

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Replace them with the OE Hyundai sensor... Delphi operating system is goofy enough to throwing curves at it.

What leads you to believe you need sensor replace ?

There is TSB for non OX codes that result in OX being replaced per TSB after evaluating Freeze Frame data when the event ocurred..
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Replace them with the OE Hyundai sensor... Delphi operating system is goofy enough to throwing curves at it.

What leads you to believe you need sensor replace ?

There is TSB for non OX codes that result in OX being replaced per TSB after evaluating Freeze Frame data when the event ocurred..
Who makes the OE sensor, Bosch or NGK? Buying these at the local parts store will be less expensive than the dealer.
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Make sure the sensor is still plugged in and the wires aren't burnt.

As far as the filter wrench...I've used two pocket screwdrivers, needle nose pliers, my fingers, and a rubber band. They have all worked for different applications. The tool works best. lol.
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Here is the issues I am faced with that cause me to believe I need to replace the 02 sensor(s). Aside from my EP stuttering, I tend to think that it is after the vehicle heats up but wife says it does it when it is cold too, I pull these codes when my CEL goes off. P0300, P0302, P0304, P0153, P0154, and P2198

I also plan to replace the Fuel filter just in case so thanks for the tips about the rubber band, I haven't tried that but I did try all the other mixes.

Oh and yes the sensor is plugged in and the wires aren't burnt. Thanks for the help guys/gals.

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Here is the issues I am faced with that cause me to believe I need to replace the 02 sensor(s). Aside from my EP stuttering, I tend to think that it is after the vehicle heats up but wife says it does it when it is cold too, I pull these codes when my CEL goes off. P0300, P0302, P0304, P0153, P0154, and P2198

I also plan to replace the Fuel filter just in case so thanks for the tips about the rubber band, I haven't tried that but I did try all the other mixes.

Oh and yes the sensor is plugged in and the wires aren't burnt. Thanks for the help guys/gals.

-Chuck

Problem resolved?
What ended up being the problem, what was the "fix"?
(Please provide as much detail as you can)

Did you go with Bosch, NGK or OEM Oxygen sensors?
Replace all, or what?

PS: How many miles on the 2007 Hyundai Entourage?

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Old 06-25-2012, 06:19 AM
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Ok so the first thing I did was get an OEM O2 sensor and install it. To be honest, I believe I replaced the wrong one. So I ordered a set of BOSCH O2 sensors from amazon and then all the CEL codes went away except catalytic converter failure code. So basically I am at a point where I have two things to do still.

I am going to swap the O2 sensors from front to back and see if the error code stays on same bank or switches. If it switches then most likely one or more of the sensors I received are faulty. Now if the code stays put then it looks like I will be ordering the Magnaflow exhaust manifold with built-in cat to swap out.

I hope I answered all your questions..

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Ok so the first thing I did was get an OEM O2 sensor and install it. To be honest, I believe I replaced the wrong one. So I ordered a set of BOSCH O2 sensors from amazon and then all the CEL codes went away except catalytic converter failure code. So basically I am at a point where I have two things to do still.

I am going to swap the O2 sensors from front to back and see if the error code stays on same bank or switches. If it switches then most likely one or more of the sensors I received are faulty. Now if the code stays put then it looks like I will be ordering the Magnaflow exhaust manifold with built-in cat to swap out.

I hope I answered all your questions..

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I am having the same issue now except I only have codes P0134 and P2196. What was your final outcome?
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Both those codes are for bank 1, sensor 1 so it's probably a good idea to start there checking the wiring, connector and sensor itself.
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