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Code P0134 what it means and how to fix it
OBD-II trouble code P0134 indicates a problem with the oxygen sensor circuit in bank 1 sensor 1 of a vehicle's exhaust system. This code typically indicates that the oxygen sensor is not operating within the correct parameters, which can lead to issues with fuel efficiency and emissions.
To fix this issue, a mobile mechanic can perform the following steps:
1. Diagnostic assessment: The mobile mechanic will use an OBD-II scanner to confirm the presence of trouble code P0134 and to check for any additional related codes. They will also visually inspect the oxygen sensor and its wiring for any damage or corrosion.
2. Oxygen sensor replacement: If the oxygen sensor is found to be faulty, the mobile mechanic will replace it with a new sensor.
3. Clear the code: After replacing the sensor, the mechanic will use the OBD-II scanner to clear the trouble code from the vehicle's computer.
4. System check: The vehicle will be test-driven to ensure that the code does not reappear. If the code does reappear, further diagnosis and testing may be necessary to identify any underlying issues.
It's important to note that troubleshooting and repairing trouble code P0134 can vary depending on the make and model of the vehicle. It is beneficial to diagnostic by one of our certified mobile mechanics with experience with diagnosing and repairing OBD-II trouble codes. 

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