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Where is the o2 sensor (bank 2 sensor 1) on the 2006 Honda Pilot

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SOURCE: where is bank 1 sensor 2 located on a 2005 honda

4 or 6 cylinder engine.

It's the rear O2 sensor,the one behind the catalytic converter.

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Clear the code with OBDII scanner or remove negative cable for 2 minutes.

Wait until the exhaust cool for 1 hours

Disconnect the connector and clean the contacts with CRC electrical contact cleaner the contacts.

reconnect negative battery cable

Start the car and let the motor warm up.

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If the code keeps coming back then you will need to purchase a O2 sensor socket + O2 to change it out.


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Posted on Dec 12, 2009

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SOURCE: where is the o2 sensor located on a 1991 honda accord ex 2.2 engine

Further clarification on the O2 sensor location: It is in the exhaust pipe, under the center of the car, on top of the pipe, just aft of the oil filter.

Posted on Jul 14, 2008

SOURCE: Knock Sensor installation for 2003 Honda Pilot

I don't know where the knock sensor is exactly on this engine, but if you buy the replacement first it will help you identify it.

It's screwed into the block near the head or the head itself. It has an electrical connector attached to it (two wires, I believe).

The replacement is pretty simple: remove the electrical connector from the old one; screw it out with a wrench; screw the new one in and; plug the connector onto it.

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Posted on Aug 22, 2009

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SOURCE: Check engine light

Sometimes can be prematurely dirty air filter, sets off the air flow sensor, which sets off the o2 sensor. So might try new air filter first and erase codes and then see, before you spend more bucks than you need; then if codes return, do the flow mix sensor.

Posted on Feb 11, 2010

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