What year model do you have and which two terminals did you connect ? I tried and didn't work and I read through the previous thread and got confused as there are no clarification which chart is the correct one.
Originally Posted by Snoman
Not sure if you've already got this information, but here's a link to the error code, which seems to explain this code fairly well:
I've also had issues after replacing the O2 sensor with the VSC or CE lights illuminating in my LS430, but grounding out the two terminals on the outlet per previous posts seemed to resolve the situation with no noticeable side effects.
Goes without saying, but have you tried to discuss your issue with a Lexus dealer service manager? Might be worth exploring.
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Problem solved. It was the one of the upper stream wire that goes to the connector that broke off when I first dissemble the malfunctioned sensor. I didn't notice the problem until I finally took it to the dealer and the technician spotted it. Dealer charges 250 for the oxygen sensor which I can get Denso product from Amazon for $80. eventually, I managed to just bridge that wire and left the other three intact wires still go through the connector. Problem solved and so happy to see the yellow lights gone!