Ford ka 2004 error codes: p0136 and p0134

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  1. p1tse

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    I've googled the results but what does this mean in terms of fix £

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    Looks like the pre cat o2 sensor has failed, cost £25-80 for a new sensor. It could be the wiring at fault also, on some cars if the wire is in contact with the exhaust it can melt through.
     
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    It's come back on for the second time, as it did go away before
     
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    I'd check the wiring first then. Find the sensor and follow the wiring back to either a 3 or 4 pin plug. It could be this plug that is the problem.
     
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    Been quoted circa £150 for sensor and labour
     

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