Dodge Viper O2 Sensor Near, Golden Gate Speedway, Tampa, Florida.
Dodge Viper O2 Sensor In this video I show how to fix the P0135 Check engine light code that the GEN II Viper is notorious for throwing with a modified exhaust.
These Denso Primary O2 Sensors were recommended to me by another Viper owner off the forum which fixed the same issue he was having. Replacing these should get rid of this code if you are throwing the same one with an aftermarket exhaust.
Here is the replacement sensor info from RockAuto
DENSO 2344076 (234-4076) Oxygen (O2) Sensor $ 26.89
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