So after getting a right axle changed on a 2008 Sonata my bloody check engine light come on right after leaving the repair shop at closing. 5 minutes later at home I checked under the car to see the axle repair and noticed a water dripping from the back of the engine. It only lasted a few minutes. So the next day I had the engine warning light coded and it turned out to be a’ heated oxygen sensor heater control circuit low.’ From an auto code website:
“Water getting inside the heated oxygen sensor connector can cause the heated oxygen sensor fuse to blow, which is a very common problem
for this type code.”
The water was dripping right below where the oxygen sensor is located. It wasn’t raining that day.
Could a repair shop accidently or worse yet cause this to happen to increase repairs. How would you proceed at the repair shop?