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Old January 16th, 2013, 12:48 PM   #1
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DTC Code P0157 on my 06 S/C Roadster

Hey Guys,

Just want to ask if this code P0157 should be addressed and fixed right away. It came on and checked it with my handheld device and showed this code on my 2006 Supercharged SRT 10 Convertible. I deleted it with my device but it showed up again about a week after deleting it. Any opinions suggestions much appreciated... Thank you
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Old January 16th, 2013, 12:56 PM   #2
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That is an o2 sensor code.


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[quote=Netko;1582046]That is an o2 sensor code.

Is this a code that needs fixing right away? Will it hurt the motor driving with this code? is this an easy fix? Thank you
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Shouldn't hurt anything. Look up the code on the Internet.


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This code sets for the passenger side post cat-con O2 sensor and as such is used only for monitoring catalytic converter efficiency, no fuel control. Likely a failed sensor. Conditions for setting are less than 156 millivolts at a starting ect of 98 degrees F during initial start up. You could monitor this with a scan tool or something that datalogs from the OBD port. Will not harm the car.
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This code sets for the passenger side post cat-con O2 sensor and as such is used only for monitoring catalytic converter efficiency, no fuel control. Likely a failed sensor. Conditions for setting are less than 156 millivolts at a starting ect of 98 degrees F during initial start up. You could monitor this with a scan tool or something that datalogs from the OBD port. Will not harm the car.
THank you Sir How do you aceess to it? should I just change the sensor? or anything else I should do?
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I am a professional tuner/mechanic and do not know the specific location of the sensor ( I own a catless tt gen11), however you should be able to find the cat con and the troubled sensor will be mounted very close to it or in the converter itself. The sensor is probably less than 100 $ at aftermarket retail stores. The sensor in question will be downstream of the cat. A little extra work but you could move it to the other side and see if she sets a code for the other side.
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I am a professional tuner/mechanic and do not know the specific location of the sensor ( I own a catless tt gen11), however you should be able to find the cat con and the troubled sensor will be mounted very close to it or in the converter itself. The sensor is probably less than 100 $ at aftermarket retail stores. The sensor in question will be downstream of the cat. A little extra work but you could move it to the other side and see if she sets a code for the other side.
THank you for the information sir
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An NTK sensor from Advance Auto is 133 and change. NTK is the O.E. supplier to Chrysler. A Bosch sensor from O'Reilly Auto parts is 89.95 and I have had very good service from that brand, boyh are direct fit. Prices are quoted from the Fla panhandle area, both stores have excellent warranty policies.
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An NTK sensor from Advance Auto is 133 and change. NTK is the O.E. supplier to Chrysler. A Bosch sensor from O'Reilly Auto parts is 89.95 and I have had very good service from that brand, boyh are direct fit. Prices are quoted from the Fla panhandle area, both stores have excellent warranty policies.
Thank you for this information sir
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Weird...I know another guy around these parts with a blown SRT vert that's throwing codes at him.

Unless you're that guy. Then there is no coincidence.
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