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From the looks of things it seems to be a bad O2 sensor? does that make sense to everyone here? MIL came on code was P0058 =O2 SENSOR 2/2 HEATER CIRCUIT HIGH, which one is it?
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From the looks of things it seems to be a bad O2 sensor? does that make sense to everyone here? MIL came on code was P0058 =O2 SENSOR 2/2 HEATER CIRCUIT HIGH, which one is it?
just curious, are you running superchips?
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nope no engine mods 45k first problem
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From the looks of things it seems to be a bad O2 sensor? does that make sense to everyone here? MIL came on code was P0058 =O2 SENSOR 2/2 HEATER CIRCUIT HIGH, which one is it?
I think all Smog issues are covered by law for higher than the rest of the jeep. Check with your dealer.

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I think all Smog issues are covered by law for higher than the rest of the jeep. Check with your dealer.
higher than the rest of your jeep??? what do you mean?
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O2 sensor 2/2 is the lower one, on the driver's side, (left side of the vehicle).
The Emission Warranty is based on too many factors to list here. You can download the warranty book for your year JK from the Jeep web site.

P0058-O2 SENSOR 2/2 HEATER CIRCUIT HIGH

When Monitored:
Continuously during O2 heater operation with battery voltage between 10.4 and 15.75 volts.

Set Condition:
The PCM detects that the O2 sensor heater element input is above the maximum acceptable voltage. One trip fault. Three good trips to turn off the MIL.


Possible Causes

O2 2/2 HEATER CONTROL CIRCUIT OPEN

O2 2/2 HEATER GROUND CIRCUIT OPEN

O2 2/2 HEATER CONTROL CIRCUIT SHORTED TO VOLTAGE

2/2 O2 SENSOR

POWER TRAIN CONTROL MODULE (PCM)

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higher than the rest of your jeep??? what do you mean?
Got it, longer than the 3yr/36k thanks
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Spoke to the dealer and O2 sensors are NOT covered under this deal. They want $385 to replace it. That sounds like WAYYYY to much. Am I off here or is that crazy? Could it be anything else?
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the o2 sensors are cheap, under 60 bucks at a autoparts store. You need a o2 socket, a ratchet. Thats it, unplug, unscrew, replace. Be prepare to do alot of yelling at the plug. Especially if you have been off roading and it got caked in mud and wouldn't budge......wait that might be just me.
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Have you eliminated a wiring or connector problem?

Three out of the five possible causes in post #6 are circuit related.
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Thanks for all the help, I remembered that I have an extended warranty. easy care stated care, Called them today and it should all be covered for the $100 I have to pay to take it in. I'll post what it was when they figure it out. Thanks
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