Q: 2004 Acura TL changed both o2 sensors in bank 2 and still says bank 2 sensor 2 high voltage what else could it be ?

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2004 Acura TL changed both o2 sensors in bank 2 and still says bank 2 sensor 2 high voltage what else could it be ? Isn’t letting me pass emission inspection.

My car has 110000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi Ruben. Thanks for contacting us today. Assuming you have cleared the OBD-II code after the repairs were made, the only thing I could assume - without knowing the specific trouble code you’ve received - is one of the electrical harnesses connected to those O2 sensors is the source of your problem. I would start by clearing the codes with a professional digital scanner and seeing if this clears up your issue. If not, replace the electrical harnesses or have a professional mechanic help you correctly diagnose this onsite.

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