Not sure I fully understand the question. Is the O2 voltage always high, or does it switch normally and just spend more time high than low?
If it is still switching but biased high by spending more time high than low, this could be normal strategy.
If it is high and not switching, even with fuel trims negative in closed loop, then probably the O2 has a problem or the PCM can't compensate.
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