Re: O2 sensor problems
Quite a bit of codes. I would first have a look at the wires of the O2 sensors, especially where they run close to the exhaust. When the wire touches the hot exhaust, the isolation will melt and it could cause a short. This could first generate a high voltage (due to the heater wire feeding the sensor wire) and then probably causing the fuse to blow, giving the low voltage message. If the wiring seems to be ok, then check the fuse #16 in the PDC under the hood. If this one is ok as well, then errase all DTC´s and test drive, to see if some or all come back.