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Took mine in too, told them about the code (P2195) and would need a B1S1 sensor, Service guy gives me a long speil (sp) about it could be the ECM or another sensor (blah, blah blah) would take a hour to check the diagnostics for $85. I finally relented and told him to go ahead, after a hour he comes back and says it needs B1S1 sensor (i thought no $$hit, now you are going to charge me $85. to confirm what i told him) they didn't have one in stock, so it is going to be parts ($220.) for $360. total including the $85. diagnostic. The next one I think I will do myself.
He did ask me about the rubber oil hose, I told him if he would of looked a little closer he could of seen that I already had replaced it with the all steel line (which from the look on his face, i don't think he ever heard off).