My much loved 1999 Concorde Lxi got T-boned about a month ago in the passenger side. Damaged both doors pretty bad. The other guy was clearly at fault and his insurance company agreed after seeing the collision report. To my astonishment, they gave me full NADA retail value for the car which was enough to buy a 2002 Concorde Lxi with the 3.5 and has 151,000 miles on it. I picked it up today and took it out on a long shakedown drive to get an idea of what the new ship in the fleet will need. Happily you can still do the key dance on these cars so I pulled codes and got two. P0132-- 1/1 oxygen sensor shorted to voltage P0152-- 2/1 oxygen sensor shorted to voltage What does the 1/1 and the 2/1 mean? Does this tell me which oxygen sensors are bad? If I remember correctly, there should be 4 of them. My airbag light is on all the time. Would I be correct in thinking the sensor needs replacement? I have to pull up on the brake pedal to get the brake lights to go off. Does anyone know if the switch under the steering column is adjustable or is it like the old cars and the switch is worn out and should be replaced? Speaking of lights, neither high beam light came on, nor did the fog lights at the bottom. I see that the passenger side headlight housing was replaced and poorly aimed. I wonder if something didn't get connected when it was all put back together. My Haynes manual is very weak on this topic. The front windows are wonky, I gather the clips that hold the door glass in place are broken. I found the Mopar part number for them, but I can't seem to find anyone on the usual auto part store list who has them. Any suggestions other than the dealer which I'll go to if there is no alternative.