Question about 1996 Toyota Avalon
Bank 1 Sensor 1
Sensor heater circuit malfunction
Diagnostic code P0135
Looking for trouble shooting codes and or diagram or explaination of which sensor to change.
What engine is in this vehicle? I assume the avalon would be a 3.0L or similar V6 engine. Bank 1 sensor one indicates one of the primary O 2 sensor controlling a/f ratio. Sensor one bank one would be the sensor located in the Front manifold, closest to the engine. Hope this solves your issue. I would first check the conector at this sensor for corrison before buying a new sensor.
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