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Po132 po152 2004 Nissan frontier 3.3l

2004 nissan frontier 3.3l po132 po152 I replaced all four o2 sensors and code still returns

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SOURCE: 2004 nissan frontier , code po132 , v-6 engine

bank 1 sensor 1 is usually first sensor on drivers side!

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SOURCE: How do I replace my rear O2 Sensor on my Nissan

In here can find the procedure about O2 sensor replacement: Bosch Universal O2 Sensor Installation Instructions

And here someone images about one typical change O2

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SOURCE: 2000 nissan frontier knock sensor code & distributor

no but the knock sensor does send a signal the ecm and it will ****** or advance the distributor timing

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SOURCE: 2000. Nissan frontier. V6. P335 trouble code won't go away crank position sensor

If you have replaced the crank sensor and the code comes back, it may be a problem with the wiring harness or connector, or the plate the sensor reads.

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yes it could very well be a O2 sensor and the quickest way is to test with a multi meter ,their are 2 sensors on each bank ,now each sensor has four wires and two of the wires are the same colour ,so check these two wires for 12v supply coming to them ,then the other tow should show a varying current as engine ides and is revved a little ,

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