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Location of knock sensor bank one for 2007 dodge 1500 5.7 hemi.

Code po 351 deteced.

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SOURCE: 2007 dodge Ram 1500 hemi fuel cap sensor comes on

I have the same problem. It started with engine code 0440 (evap system malfunction). I changed the gas cap and now getting the "loose cap" light plus the 0456 (evap leak very small) and 0457 (gas cap loose/off)

Anyone know where the sensor is located?

Posted on Jul 05, 2009

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SOURCE: where is the knock sensor for the second bank on a

its on the driverside in the block under the exhaust manifold.

Posted on Jan 10, 2010

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SOURCE: code po406 came up on my 2007 dodge ram 1500 hemi

I know your probably a little apprehensive, but stop at a dealer and have them check it. It's EGR related and should fall under emissions warranty if your within the perimeters, as well as there is mention of a computer update related to that.

Posted on Mar 19, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a 2004 dodge ram 1500 with hemi 5.7. The

Hi!!
The O2 sensor for Bank 1 is located below left front of transmission, in exhaust. Check diag. below.
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Posted on Dec 04, 2010

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SOURCE: 2003 Beetle turbo-13 trouble codes-PO300-multiple

Low fuel pressure will cause many of those codes to set.

Should have around 3.5bar pressure at idle and full throttle.

Check to see if VW has a recall on the ignition coils. They are cheap to replace however.....you will need your VIN# when you call.

Alternator problems can also trip codes . Check for a/c ripple at BATT + on Alternator...no more the 0.05vac allowed.

Valve train noise common complaint. ...often due to lack of oil services and/or incorrect oil type.

All 1.8T engine will clatter on start up one time or another and is considered normal as long as it goes quiet after 2 to 5 seconds at idle.

You should have synthetic oil in the engine.

P0012 is often timing incorrect. ...check timing belt at tdc.

These engines need a timing belt every 50,000 miles not the 100,000 miles VW suggests. Belt failure is catastrophic.

Transmission codes often corrosion in loom connections under battery. These need checked and cleaned with a solution of STABILANT22A applied to the pins.


If a scanner is available clear the codes and drive for 40 miles or so and recheck for codes. Transmission codes are not always due to transmission faults. They need 200 miles to re adapt after batter replacement or power off.

ROSS TECH site has lots of info' and a scanner program for your lap top.

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2004 dodge ram 1500 4X4 5.7 hemi - runs rough & dies at slow speeds but okay at fast speeds. diagnostic code P0157 o2 circuit low voltage bank 2 sensor 2 is shown. how to fix?


Usually the code means the O2 sensor is faulty.
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Depending on what type exhaust you have ( dual or single) you will have several oxygen sensors. The bank # XXXXX means it is one of the o2 sensors on drivers side. The sensors are located screwed directly into the exhaust pipe at different spots. See below. You will have say sensor 1/1 which means sensor 1 / bank 1 etc..

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Locate o2 sensor bank 2 sensor 2


Depending on what type exhaust you have ( dual or single) you will have several oxygen sensors. The bank # XXXXX means it is one of the o2 sensors on drivers side. The sensors are located screwed directly into the exhaust pipe at different spots. See below. You will have say sensor 1/1 which means sensor 1 / bank 1 etc..

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Locate o2 sensor bank1 sensor1


Depending on what type exhaust you have ( dual or single) you will have several oxygen sensors. The bank # XXXXX means it is one of the o2 sensors on drivers side. The sensors are located screwed directly into the exhaust pipe at different spots. See below. You will have say sensor 1/1 which means sensor 1 / bank 1 etc..

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I have a 99 chevy 1500 4x4 5.3 l got code po 332 put new ones in same code saws low voilts


This condition may be the result of corrosion of the rear bank knock sensor due to water intrusion into the sensor cavity. This condition is more apparent on vehicles in which customers frequently wash the engine compartment. Replace the rear bank knock sensor and build a dam (wall) around the sensor using RTV to divert water away from the sensor. Also, check for corrosion on the connector plug. Visually inspect the wiring going to the Rear Bank Knock Sensor for damage. After you have replaced the sensor, and checked for damages, have the code reset and see if it comes back.

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I have a 2004 dodge ram 1500 with hemi 5.7. The o2 sensor is bad on bank one. where is that located


Hi!!
The O2 sensor for Bank 1 is located below left front of transmission, in exhaust. Check diag. below.
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On a 07 dodge ram 1500 hemi, where is the bank 1 sensor 2 (02 sensor) located?


bank one is the cylinder head with number one cylinder and sensor two is the second sensor from the motor.

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Knock Sensor location on a 2004 Dodge ram 1500 5.7 hemi


2 knock sensors are used..small black plastic sensor bolted into engine block below each exhaust manifold..be careful not to over torque bolts upon installation

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