04 Mitsubishi endeaver bank 2 sensor 1?
sounds like it is running lean on bank 2 and you probably have a bad upstream oxygen sensor. If you look under the hood right in front you will see the exhaust pipe. There will be two what look like spark plugs with wires coming from them, that's them. the top one is upstream.
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Answer . it should be the bank facing the front of the car in the manifold. you should be able to find it right in front when open the hood
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
2001 Mitsubishi diamante 6-cylinder computer code p0141 oxygen sensor bank 1 sensor 2 replaced with universal type and service engine light still glows bright?
Answer . Reset the fuse, and if the light still comes on take it to autozone they will run a free diagnostics check
Answer . Bank 1 Sensor 2 is located on the Right Hand Bank - After the catalytic converter. Meaning its on the bank closest to the firewall and after the catalytic converter. Call any Mitsubishi dealer and they will tell you where its @.
Answer . Mitsubishi Galant, 2002, 4-cyl, O2 sensor, bank 1 sensor 1 (upstream)... PART NUMBER: MR506364
bank 1 is upstream bank2 is downstream sensor1 is on cylinder1 side upstream sensor 2 is the other side usually passinger side,bank 2 refers to sensor after converter
What is the location of a malfunctioning Oxygen Sensor.. In a V6 or V8 engine the driver's side cylinders are one bank and the passenger side, the other bank. I would imagine "Bank 2" is the side without the the #1 cylinder on it. The sensor is screwed into the exaust manifold which is bolted to …the cylinder head.. "Sensor 1" denotes it from the downstream (post catalytic converter) sensor(s), which is referred to as "Sensor 2" (MORE)
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.
Answer . Bank one refers to side where ! 1 cylinder is and the sensor 2 is the rearmost(at the converter outlet).
On my 1998 Ford Expedition XLT , There are 4 Oxygen sensors. 1 each in front of the Cats. and 1 each behing the cat. for a total of 4 Oxygen Sensors.
Code for PO137 bank 1 sensor 2 where is this sensor located driver or passenger side on 04 dodge ram?
Sounds like a clooged filter or a weak fuel pump. Replace the Fuel Filter . Install a fuel pressure gauge on the fuel rail and check it under load. If the pressure drops even a little the fuel pump is bad.
Bank 1 is where cylinder #1 is. Sensor 1 is ahead of the converter (usually in the manifold.
The bank 2, Oxygen sensor 2, on a 1999 Mitsubishi Diamante islocated on the passenger side of the vehicle. It is in the exhaustin the undercarriage.
Bank 2, oxygen sensor #1, is located towards the left front(drivers) side of the vehicle. It will be directly forward of thecatalytic converter, and to the left of the transmission pan.
Your vehicle has two O2 sensors, one up front, and one in the rear. Typically, this means that your car is running rich(not burning all of the fuel. I would first check for any codes(can be done at any auto parts store, Checker, Pep Boys, AutoZone...) then I would replace the front sensor. This is a…n easy fix! (MORE)
The bank 2 refers to the side of the engine opposite the number onecylinder, on your vehicle that is the drivers side. Sensor 1 willbe the first oxygen sensor you come to in the exhaust pipe comingfrom the motor.
You either hav one or two. If two, then the first one is located up front just off the exhaust manifold as it turns down underneath the car. The second one will be at about the center of the vehicle underneath. If you have just one, it is located right in the centerjust below the shifter.
Bank 1 is the same side of the engine as cylinder #1. Sensor 2 is after the catalytic converter.
On a Ford F-150 : Bank 1 is the passenger side of the engine ( V6 and V8 ) Sensor 2 would be in the exhaust after the exhaust exits the catalytic converter ( downstream sensor , also called a catalyst monitor )
Bank 1 is the same side as cylinder #1. Sensor 2 is after the catalytic converter.
bank 1 is the first oxygen sensor coming down from the engine. bank 2 is the one furthur back installed into the exhaust system. if bank 1 gooes, your ar will ride horrible. f bank 2 goes, it will run alright but you will be buring alot of fuel and losing soe power
This is the the sensor in front of the catlsyst converter on the passenger side of the vehical.
In the worst possible place you can imagine. If you look behind the engine, between the motor and the firewall on the passenger side, you will see the bank 1 sensor 1. follow that exhaust pipe down. Get underneath the car and look up towards sensor 1 on that same exhaust pipe and you will see sensor… 2. (MORE)
Bank 2 relates to the sensor on the opposite side of the engine as cylinder one. And if your talking about an Oxygen sensor, then sensor 1 is before the catalytic converter.
its located on th down pipe(rear exhaust manifold) after thecat.you will have to jack the car up.
Bank 1 is the side of the engine near the firewall. Bank 2 near the radiator. Sensor 1 is before the catalyse converter sensor 2 after the catalyse converter. In your case it is the O2 sensor that behind the firewall and after the CC.
The O2 sensor bank 1 location on a Mitsubishi Endeavor is next tothe top hose of the radiator on the motor. The sensor is slightlybelow where the top radiator hose connects to the radiator and onthe top of the motor.
What is the part number for an oxygen sensor bank 1 sensor 1 in an 2000 Mitsubishi Galant 3.0 LS 6-cylinder?
the part number should be md354851. the Mitsubishi suggested retail price is 167.77. Keep in mind it is always a good idea to check the part number with your local Mitsubishi dealership. Have your vin number ready cause most likely they will be asking for it.
there are upstream and down stream sensor.bank 1 is driver side location of the exaust manifold bank 2 is passanger.sensor 1 is before the catalityc converter and sensor 2 is after.And just to for-warn you a new sensor is about 80 bucks
Oxygen Sensor (Ford Expedition, Ford F-150, Navigator) 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. 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 luckâ¦ (MORE)
its the 1 on the exhaust manifold pointing out towards the front of the car. i just replaced it on mine
Bank one is the side of the engine with cylinder #1. Sensor two is after the catalytic converter.
Bank 2 is pass side. Sensor one is pre cat, sensor two is post cat.
Bank 1 is before the CAT and on the left side (driver side) by the manifold.
That depends on the make , model, and engine. Bank 1 is the same side as cylinder #1. sensor 2 is after the catalytic converter.
On a 1996 Mercury Cougar ( 3.8 litre V6 and 4.6 litre V8 engines ) Bank 1 is the passenger side of the engine Sensor 2 is in the exhaust AFTER the exhaust has passed through the catalytic converter ( downstream sensor , also called catalyst monitor )
Sensor 1 would be before the catalytic converter ( upstream ) Sensor 2 is after the catalytic converter ( downstream )
for a 97-03 grand prix there is a front and rear o2 sensor. bank 1sensor 2 is the sensor located on the exhaust near the catalyticconverter (cat) also known as the REAR sensor... bank 1 sensor 1 islocated on the back of the engine on top of the exhaust manifold orheaders would be the street term. th…ats the FRONT sensor. (MORE)
Bank one is the drivers side of the engine. Sensor 2 will be the second sensor that's screewed into the exhaust pipe away from the engineon that side.
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.
Bank 1 is the passenger side of your engine Sensor 2 is in the exhaust after it passes through the catalytic converter ( downstream )
On a Ford Expedition : Bank 2 is the drivers side of the engine Sensor 1 is between the engine and the catalytic converter ( upstream )
On a Ford Explorer , Ford Expedition , bank 2 is the drivers side of the engine Sensor 1 is in the exhaust before it enters the catalytic converter ( upstream )
Bank 1 is the passenger side of the engine and bank 2 is the drivers side of the engine in a Ford Expedition
No, bank 1 sensor 1 can not be used in place of bank 1 sensor 2. There are generally completely different part numbers and need the exact one they are asking for.
I have a 2004 Silverado 4.3l engine, my questions is are all 4 02 sensors the same are they interchangeable
Bank 1 is the part of the exhaust stream that includes cylinder #1. Sensor 2 is after the catalytic converter.
First is upstream on same side as cyl 1, 2d is other side 2d sensorfrom eng. If they both really needed changed, frankly I would dothem all
Are bank1 O2 sensors the SAME as bank 2 sensors and the BANK 1 SEN1 or 2 BANK 2 sen1 or 2 DESIGNATIONS?
Bank 1 and Bank 2 sensor 1 (upstream) are usually the same.Sometimes the only difference is the length of the wire harness.Same goes for sensor B1 S2 and B2 S2 (downstream). It reallydepends on the vehicle. Some vehicles call them air/fuel sensorsand they are all the same.
On exhaust manifold opposite number 1 cylinder. First one inline(there will be one or two more convertor area behind)