02 jeep liberty O2 sensor circuit slow respones bank 2 sensor 1 check light?
Its located in the right exhaust downpipe just before the mini catalytic converter. It referered to as 2/1. John
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Check engine light diagnostic test indicates bank 2 O2 sensor is slow to respond where is this sensor located?
just a quick note: bank 2 is LEFT side (drivers) on a rear wheeldrive vehicle ,on front wheel drive vehicles it would be the frontside when looking down from the front of the vehicle ,Sensor 2 isafter the cat converter! if you replace that sensor, clear thecodes or have someone clear them for you an…d you should be all set Chris (technician for 20 years !!!!!) Hey James==It would help if you stated what kind of car you have.Joe the 2 of bank 2 is the 2nd oxygen sensor that is located after thecatalytic converter.usually closer to the tailend of the headerpipe. The sensor I believe you are looking for is in the exhaust pipe orexhaust manifold, usually the right bank which is on the right sideof the car (driver is left), or close to the firewall if engine ismounted sideways. Some cars are equipped with a sensor behind thecatalytic converter that tells the computer the HEALTH of theconverter only. It has nothing to do with running of the engine persay. (Mechanic for 35 years) Bank 1 is which ever side has cylinder 1. It could be left orright. Bank 2 would be the other side. Bank 1 sensor 1 would bebefore the catalytic converter. Bank 1 sensor 2 would be after theconverter. The same applies with bank 2. (mechanic for 12 years) (MORE)
Answer . Not sure which sensor u are talking about but 1999 Aurora's have 4 O2 sensors, one on each header and one before and 1 after the catalytic converter.
Diagnostic test indicates bank 2 O2 sensor 1 is slow where is the sensor on a 1998 ford explorer 40 SOHC located?
Answer \n. \nAs I understand it, Bank 2 should indicate driver side, and sensor 1 should be the sensor closest to the front of the car, upstream of the catalytic converter. The safest way to find out for sure, is to find an honest Ford service technician and ask! Good luck
You have a 2001 Nissan Pathfinder se and the check engine light is on you have been told it is bank 2 sensor 2 downstream 02 oxygen sensor which sensor is this and how difficult to do?
Answer . I have the same car & just changed it myself. It's the driver's side, when standing in front of the car, you should see a red cable that connects on the right side of the engine & runs behind & down then twists into the exhaust pipe next to the cat. The bad part after getting the sensor… out of the pipe is removing the 2 clips that run down & behind before the cat. The other clips aren't so bad because they aren't in a cramped hole. I thought next time I might try large sharp toenail clippers to snip them off..... Got a $90.00 sensor from advance auto. I've read that this requies reprogramming from Nissan, but I'm not too sure how needed it is. The Nissan guy told me you don't always need to regrogram, but that is another $87.00.. I changed mine the problem improved the code went away, I'm still trying to sort out other codes but I think I got this one taken care of. (MORE)
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nbank 1 is always driver side\n. \nOn the 4.0 there is only one bank, and the o2 sensors always are counted as #1 closest to the engine, #2 next closest and as follows
Why would a 1999 Ford Ranger show error code P0153 O2 sensor slow response Bank 2 Sensor 1 and where is the sensor located?
Answer . \n. \nI got the same code. Broke down and bought the manual. From what I undestand, .. Bank one is the engine side with cylinder #1 (plug wire #1) and bank two will be the other side.\nSensor one is between the engine and the cataltic converter. #2 is after the converter. \nI just got …the truck from son#2 so I'm not really sure if cylinder 1 is drivers or passengers side yet. s'pose I'll have to go look.\nOh yeah, DON'T get a Chiltons manual... really poorly done. Should have gone with the Haynes. Oh well. (MORE)
it just means that the o2 sensor before the catalyst is defective or compter isn't getting a reading. the engine is consequently running rich(burning much more fuel than necessary)
What is the difference between bank 1 bank 2 and sensor 1 sensor 2 I have a diagnostic code P0133 for O2 sensor bank that is bank 1 sensor 1?
Answer . \nbank 1 is always the head with the number 1 spark plug and the number 1 sensor is always in front of the converters closest to the motor
For a diagnostic code P0133 for O2 sensor slow circuit bank 1 sensor 1 what relevance is the bank 1 sensor 1 to this issue?
DTC P0133 Lazy O2 Sensor Bank 1 Sensor 1 . Bank 1 is the bank of cylinders containing cylinder 1, which varies from engine to engine among the many V6, V8, & Boxer engines. Sensor 1 is always the "upstream" or Pre catalyst sensor. On most four cylinder or other inline engine configurations, there… is only one bank. Sensor 2 would be downstream or after the catalytic converter. Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) p0133 refers to Bank1, Sensor1 being slow to respond. This may point to a failing sensor, or simply an intake or exhaust leak. Any gas leak can lead to unmeterd Oxygen in the system. This code may also be caused by fault wiring or connection on the sensor circuit. (MORE)
What does O2 sensor heat current malfunction bank 1 sensor 2 O2 Sensor circuit high volts bank 1 sensor 1 O2 heater sensor circuit malfunction bank 1 sensor 1 mean and how can it be fixed?
ANSWER First, I want you to understand what the orientation of the O2 sensors are. Bank 1, sensor 1 is the O2 sensor located upstream of the catalytic convertor on bank 1 of the engine, which is whatever side the #1 cylider is located on. In the case of a Ford (since you asked this question in the …Ford Taurus catagory, so I am half assuming you have a Ford Taurus), bank 1 would be on your left, if you are standing facing the engine with the pulleys toward you. (actually referred to as the right side because it's supposed to be as your sitting behid the steering wheel) Bank 1, sensor 2, is the O2 sensor on the same bank, but it is located downstream from the catalytic convertor. Bank 2, sensor 1 and the bank 2, sensor 2 O2's are in the same positions except they are on bank 2 of the engine. Each O2 sensor has four wires going into it. Two of those wires are ground and power to a heating element inside of the O2 sensor, and two of those wires are for the Powertrain Control Module (PCM), or the "computer" to get O2 readings from the sensors. The codes you have indicated are because the PCM sees an incorrect draw on the heating element circuits on both the upstream and downstream O2 sensors on bank #1 (possibly an open circuit), and it sees a faulty signal on the sensor circuit on the upstream O2 on bank #1. It is a small chance that you have two bad O2 sensors on bank #1, but more likely you have a wiring problem. There is no fix that anyone can tell you without being able to run circuit tests on the car. Now, if you want to try and blow a couple of O2 sensors on the car yourself, they are about hundred bucks each. If that seems better to you than spending $80 or $90 to go to a shop and let them diagnose it, then that's your choice. But that car needs to have the wiring harnesses ohmed out in the suspect O2 sensor circuits to make sure you don't have a wiring problem first. The PCM itself could even be your problem. There is no way to know without checking the car out in a shop. Visit the Related Link for more information. (MORE)
Bank 1 is cylinder 1 side of the motor. Sensor 2 is the back oxygen sensor (after the catalytic converter.
Answer . Bank 1 Sensor # 2, is located directly before the catalytic converter, and it is ontop of the exhaust pipe,, some times making it hard to locate,, their are four o2 sensors on this vehicle,, two at manifolds,, 1 before and after cat..
Answer . pass.side at exe manifold. Bank 1 is where cylender 1 is. Bank 2 is on the other side of which is on the passenger side of the blazer. Oxygen sensor 1 is the first sensor closer to the front of the blazer. Sensor 2 would be past the catalytic converter on the same side.
Answer . bank one is where the number 1 cylinder is sensor 1 is before the cat sensor 2 is after the cat bank 1 is near the fire wall sensor 2 is after the cat
Bank 1 = Right side of the exhaust Sensor 1 = the first 02 in line before cat. Sensor 2 = the last 02 in line after the cat. Bank 2 = Left side of the exhaust Sensor 1 = the first 02 in line before cat. Sensor 2 = the last 02 in line after the cat.
Answer . Bank one usually refers to the head where cylinder number one is located. Sensor two will be the lower (rearmost) o2 in the pipe coming from bank one. This sensor will be behind the converter.
I have just found this. I have the same truck and the same problem. Bank 1 means its on the driver side and sensor 2 is the rear sensor. They come off the exaust.
Answer . It is screwed into the exhaust system downstream (tailpipe side) of the catalytic converter.
If it is the updraft or downdraft oxygen sensor when the check engine light comes on and says 02 sensor heater circuit malfunction bank one sensor 2 Left or right?
where is the bank 1/sensor 2 O2 sensor on a dodge caravan...to the rear of the catalitic converter or to the engine (front) side of the converter?
First - Make sure the sensor is a genuine Toyota replacement part. There a clip fitment at the bank - use a screw driver to release the fitment. Use small rench at the bottom of the wire to release the sensor. Replace and Start. Run for few minutes and rev the engine until warm/hot. Lights will go o…ff OR resent the code. (MORE)
There are actually 4 O2 sensors on your truck. IF you look inside the wheel wells behind the fender liner, right about where the frame is one O2 sensor, the other is underneath the truck about half way back in relation to the transmission. IF you see where the exhaust joints together, you went about… 6" too far. When you start looking at the O2 sensors, they are normally numbered something like "Bank 1 Sensor 1" Bank 1 is on the passenger side; Bank 2 is on the driver's side. Sensor 1 is the upstream sensor (near the frame, between the block and the cat) and Sensor 2 is near the Y-pipe (downstream of the cat). Normally it is the upstream sensors (sensor 1) that go first. They see the harshest conditions. (MORE)
it means take it to scrap metal place weigh it in Â£100 and sell me the engine + turbo SORTED. hope this helps
Either behind the catalytic converter (canister looking thing under the body of the car) or in the other manifold..i have a 2.5 not sure if 3.2 has 2 manifolds
Follow the exhaust from engine , its the first thing sticking out of exhaust pipe you will see with a wire attached to it
Bank 1 refers to the side of the car with the number 1 cylinder, onyour vehicle it is the rear side of the engine. Sensor 2 is thesecond sensor, the one after the catalytic convertor, in theexhaust pipe coming from the engine.
Behind the cat on the passenger side. The connector is above the T-case. Pain in the A**
If you have an oxygen sensor problem then there should be a check engine light "on." Have a repair shop scan and diagnosis the problem. You may not truly have a problem with the oxygen sensor as it could be a vacuum leak that makes the o2 sensor set a code.
Bank 1 is the same side as cylinder #1. Sensor 2 is after the catalytic converter.
Oxygen Sensor There are actually (4) O2 sensors on your truck. Ifyou look inside the wheel wells behind the fender liner, rightabout where the frame is one O2 sensor, the other is underneath thetruck about half way back in relation to the transmission. If yousee where the exhaust joints together, yo…u went about 6" too far. When you start looking at the O2 sensors, they are normallynumbered something like "Bank 1 Sensor 1" Bank 1 is on thepassenger side; Bank 2 is on the driver's side. Sensor 1 is theupstream sensor (near the frame, between the block and the cat) andSensor 2 is near the Y-pipe (downstream of the cat). Normally it is the upstream sensors (sensor 1) that go first. Theysee the harshest conditions. You will need; Oxygen Sensor SocketAnti-Seized Penetrating Oil Sometimes it will take 15 minutes ortake a few hours it depends on your luckÃ¢ï¿½Â¦ If you are replacing an old O2 sensor with a new one you don't needa special socket. A 7/8" combination wrench will do just fine.Simply unplug the bad sensor from the vehicle harness and cut offthe wires at the old sensor. Then slip the 7/8" box end of thecombination wrench over the sensor and turn the sensor CCW tounthread it from the exhaust. The new sensor will have anti-seizeapplied to the threads right out of the box. Use the open end ofthe combination wrench to turn the new sensor in. Tighten as youwould a spark plug. No need to over tighten. (MORE)
Bank 2 No. 2 I think is the passenger side closer to the rear of the car.
\nPO137 (Sensor Circuit low voltage Bank 1 Sensor 2) This is the O2 sensor behind the Catalytic Converter on the #1 spark plug side. Check the wiring on that sensor before proceeding. More than likely replacing that sensor will solve the problem especially if you have over 75,000 miles on the vehicl…e. But there is no guarantee that will fix it. (MORE)
On passenger side of engine compartment. It's the first sensor before the catalytic converter. There's also a sensor right after the cat, bank 2 sensor 2, can only see that one from underneath the vehicle. These jeeps have 4 sensors total.
Bank 1 is the passenger side of your engine. Sensor 2 is after the exhaust gas has passed through the catalytic converter (downstream)
bank 2 is the drivers side of the engine on a Ford V6 ( rear wheel / 4x4 ). sensor 1 is in the exhaust system before the exhaust enters the catalytic converter. sorry , I can't be any more specific
On a Lincoln Town Car : Bank 2 is the drivers side of the engine Sensor 1 would be close to the engine BEFORE the exhaust enters the catalytic converter
Bank 1 is the bank that sits closest to the front of the vehicle. Bank one is the bank with cylinder # 1. You have 4 oxygen sensors, (bank 1 sensor 1, bank 1 sensor 2, bank 2 sensor 1 and bank 2 sensor2). Follow the exhaust from the head of bank 1. The first sensor you come to is sensor 1, the secon…d is sensor 2. (MORE)
Oxygen Sensor Some vehicles have (2) and some have (4) O2 sensors. When you start looking at the O2 sensors, they are normally numbered something like "Bank 1 Sensor 1" Bank 1 is on the passenger side; Bank 2 is on the driver's side. Sensor 1 is the upstream sensor (near the frame, between the b…lock and the cat) and Sensor 2 is near the Y-pipe (downstream of the cat). Normally it is the upstream sensors (sensor 1) that go first. They see the harshest conditions. You will need; . Oxygen Sensor Socket . Anti-Seized . Penetrating Oil I have even used a small plumbers propane tank and heat it up and it help get them free. Sometimes it will take 15 minutes or take a few hours it depends on your luck... (MORE)
Bank 2 locates on the opposite side of the cylinder # 1 and the sensor 1 is locates in the front
Bank one is the side of the engine with cylinder #1. Sensor two is after the catalytic converter.
The O2 sensor bank 1, sensor 2, on a Dodge Ram 1500 pickup truck,can be changed by first removing the air intake line. Next, removethe retaining screws. Reverse the process to install the newsensor.
Bank 2 is the passenger side of the engine and sensor 1 will be screwed into the exhaust pipe on the same side of the engine and it will be the first sensor you come to starting up close to the exhaust manifold and working your way down the pipe untill you come to the first sensor in that pipe.
Your o2 sensors are on the exaust manifolds, if you slide under the truck with a flashlight and look up at th manifolds were they come out of the engine you will see each manifold has a sensor, also check with your Toyota dealer, because there was a recall on these sensors that melted in to the mani…fold. They replaced mine for free. (MORE)
It measures the amount of hydrocarbons in the exhaust and reports the difference between the readings from the pre and post catalytic sensors to give tuning information to the engine control computer, adjustments are made to timing and fuel based on the readings.
What does o2 sensor heater circuit malfunction bank 2 sensor 1 on a 2003 Chevy s-10 pickup indicate and it?
The heated O2 sensor located on the exhaust header pipe directly after the exhaust manifold on the passenger side of the engine is probably bad, replace it.
This may sound bad but it really is this easy. Find O 2 sensor (there are two or three and some have four) that you need to change Unplug from wiring Remove using wrench or special socket if you have the special socket Screw in new gently! Plug in.
On a Ford Expedition : Bank 2 is the drivers side of the engine Sensor 1 is between the engine and the catalytic converter ( upstream )
Bank 2 is the drivers side of the engine in your Ford Expedition Sensor 1 is in the exhaust BEFORE it enters the catalytic converter ( upstream )
"bank 1" refers to the side of the engine with the forward most cylinder(cylinder#1).... all bank 1 is that side of the vehicle... bank 2 is the other side and sensor 1 is first in line from front to back
On a Ford F-250 : Bank 1 is the passenger side of the engine Sensor 2 would be in the exhaust after the exhaust exits the catalytic converter ( downstream sensor )
it means that the heated circuit decreases time that is needed to enter. When the O2 heater reaches it's right temperature the oxygen sensor commmunicates by switching according to exygen content of the exhaust that surrounds it.