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200cpi here too. maybe its due to the sensors being aftermarket ones?
It may be the cause. How did you install them? Soldered them on? Once I read some Bosch paper for the garages how to install universal/aftermarket lambdas, there was some special way how to connect them as Bosch said the soldering changes the resistance in the cable and the lambda reading is wrong. Actually orginal lambdas as replacement pars for the specific vehicle are precisely calibrated for the length of the cable and its resistance from sensor to the connector.
But the P1155 code is relevant to the lambda pre-heating feature, not the actual lambda reading. Are your aftermarket lambdas pre-heated? If they are not, ECU is probably looking for some value on the pre-heating pin of the lambda what it doesnt get. My guess....
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