Q: Will a bad O2 sensor damage my car's computer?

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I have three codes that popped up on a code reader (2) PO141- (1) PO135. so I went to auto zone to see why my check light came on the man at auto zone told me. Its computer making my 02 sensors going out

My car has 222044 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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