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Bank 2, Sensor 1

Discussion in 'General Explorations!!' started by mjt73, December 27, 2004.

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  1. mjt73

    mjt73 New Member

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    Could anyone verify for me that bank 2, sensor 1 (PO153 OBDII code) is referring to the O2 sensor on the driver's side closest to the engine? Thanks.
     
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    BuffaloXplorer The X had to go!

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    "I believe" that Bank 2, sensor 1 is the passenger side, front sensor. B1S1 is the driver side front. The "monitor" sensor, after the cat, is commonly referred to bank 1 sensor 2.
     
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    Thanks... I also just heard back from a buddy who used to be a ford mechanic and he said that bank 1 is always opposite the #1 cylinder, which on this V-6 is on the passenger side, meaning bank 2 is actually the driver's side and sensor 1 is still upstream of the cat. Just need that third opinion now to help decide. Thanks for the reply.
     
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