It's possible that one or more of your speed sensors or wiring harness may have been damaged. It's also a possibility that the sensor ring could be damaged as well.
It's possible that a scanner/live data might pick that up but only if yer looking at the data and analyzing it. I'm just relaying the info that I found in the FB group. I do know that some of the unrelated circuits can cause issues that you wouldn't expect it to.Thanks for looking into this, I brought my car to another local garage and am now waiting for a diagnosis. Let’s see what they come up with. BTW, wouldn’t the OBD scanner pick that up?
replaces the lambda probe.... it is located under the car, exposed to gravel and other objects on the road, it must be cracked
The lower (post converter) O2 sensor part number should be 89465-74030 and MSRP is around $154. This sensor would most likely be exposed to any gravel/rocks for damage. TheThanks for the feedback, is this the probe that inserts into the exhaust pipe ? Do you have a pic or a PN?