Question about 1992 Toyota Land Cruiser
I had installed a new exhaust with dual input cat to mate to down tubes and 18mm bungs welded in for new oxygen sensors. Got two Delphi after-
market sensors and one was a "left" and one a "right" and installed the left to the drivers side and the right to the passengers side. Connected the wiring and fired it up and had a check engine light immediately. Got the test to give me a code 21 and proceeded to do a reprogram of the ECU by the road test to recalibrate, did not work. Any body have any ideas on this?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
bank 1 will be whichever side cylinder 1 of your engine is and bank 2 will be the opposite side. It's named bank 1 and bank 2 so that no matter how the engine is laid out, bank 1 is always on the same side as cylinder 1. I cannot say whether the right hand or the left hand one will be bank 1 as I do not know where your cylinder 1 is. The garage should know
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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