How to Change O2 Sensor P0135?

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When the P0135 code appears, it means that the sensors are already overheated. In order to fix it, you would need to change it entirely. Do remember that this type of sensor cannot be repaired. You have to take out all of the things that are blocking you from seeing the sensor directly. Once you have already taken out those items, replace your sensor and put it into place.
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