My car started occasionally stalling out, usually when slowing down quickly for a turn lane. Last week, the check engine light came on. I assumed I needed a tune-up, so I took it to Autozone to buy spark plugs and get the OBII reading... reading said O2 Sensor, Sensor 1, Bank 1 low voltage. I went to a pull-a-part, found a 2010 Sentra and got an a/f sensor and replaced it. Check engine, still on. Took it to get another reading... Same O2 sensor code PLUS a low voltage code for the speed sensor. I really don't think I did any damage while installing the a/f sensor. Is this likely a problem with the wiring harness? Autozone guy said maybe a mouse was chewing the wires? I can't imagine that. What's my next step?
My car has 118000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.
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