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P1131 is a code for an O2 sensor that has pegged lean. It some cases this means you have a bad O2 sensor, but sometimes it could indicate a vacuum leak, an exhaust leak, an injector that isn't working, low fuel pressure, a connection problem, a wiring problem, or lastly, an ECU problem. In this video I cover the basics of diagnosing this code as well as how to replace an O2 sensor on this 2.0L 1998 Mazda 626. So the next time you have a P1131 code take some time to check things out before you replace the sensor.

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The 1998 Mazda 626 was available in four trim levels: the base DX, the midrange LX and LX V6, and the well-equipped ES V6. The standard engine was a 2.0-liter, 125 horsepower four cylinder. The V6 was 2.5 liters and had 170 horsepower. Fuel economy was about 22/29 for the base engine and 20/26 for the V6.

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