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Hi, I went in yesterday to fix my check-engine. Due to the OBD code P2195, (P2195: (Oxygen [A/F] Sensor Signal Stuck Lean [Bank 1, Sensor 1])) dlr has replaced the A/F sensor on my 2009 corolla.

On my old protege, I have never changed the oxygen sensor as long as in my ownership for 5 years, my question:

Is this A/F sensor very easy getting stuck/malfunction for this car?

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Bad Gas.
 

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a bad o2 sensor, ive seen and replaced on many many honda civics, never seen a corolla with a bad o2.

if i were you, id get shell gas and use premium once a month.
 
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