I am getting a Code P1135 for 2002 Toyota Rav4 which points to Bank 1 sensor 1. Could you point me where exactly the sensor is? I googled and did not find any picture or diagram showing me the location of the sensor. Thanks a lot.
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code p0138 refers to heated oxygen sensor(HO2S) 2 bank 1---high voltage===causes--wiring short to positive---HO2S--- ECM
it also refers to oxygen sensor (O2S) 2 bank 1 high voltage===causes --wiring short to positive---O2S---ECM. to fix use the correct tool and replace both sensors on bank 1
Bank 2 sensor 1 Air fuel sensor heater circuit. This sensor is NOT an O2 sensor, though it operates like one and in the same location(in exhaust stream). Basically the PCM detected that the heater circuit was drawing excessive amperage or no amperage. Usually it's a bad a/f sensor and replacing it will fix it, however, it doesn't rule out the possibility of damaged wiring or an open in the power or ground circuit, or a short in the power or ground circuit.
Actually P1155 is pointing to a fault with the internal heater for the
A/F Sensor (aka Oxygen Sensor) for Bank 2 Sensor 1. The PCM uses this
internal heater to get the sensor to normal operating temps within a
matter of seconds on cold starts. Replacing this sensor should solve
your problem. This sensor is located in the front exhaust manifold.
This is mainly related to the oxygen sensors. It maybe the sensors themselves or an open wire going to te sensors. They are mainly located on the exhaust pipe. One before and on after the catalytic converter.