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Too lean bank 1 p0172 mitsubishi endeavor 2005

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SOURCE: 3 codes present on my 2002 Envoy. p0172, p0420, and p0340,

Track the p0340 first camshaft timing is very important and could possibly cayse your other codes,Call your local GMC dealer I think I remember a bulletin about this code.

Posted on Aug 23, 2009

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SOURCE: Mitsubishi Endeavor bank 2 sensor 1 location

Radiator side exhaust manifold, top sensor.

Posted on Sep 24, 2009

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SOURCE: where is bank 1 sensor 1 on mitsubishi endeavor

There are only V6 endeavors in the US, are you certain you do not have a 3.8L V6?


Bank 1 refers to the side of the engine that contains cylinder number 1. This is the side of the engine nearest the firewall.
Sensor 1 refers to the first sensor off the manifold, or closest to the engine.
This also is the O2 sensor that is located before the catalytic converter in the manifold. Sensor 2 is located after the catalytic converter, further down below the car.


Posted on Oct 30, 2009

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SOURCE: wer is bank 1 sensor 2 in a mitsubishi endeavor

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Bank 1 sensor 2 is on the firewall side of the engine, and is the bottom O2 sensor (the one furthest from the engine). It is accessed from below the vehicle.

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SOURCE: Generic code PO171 system 2 lean bank 1 generic

This can be caused by a faulty mass air flow sensor

Posted on Jul 09, 2010

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Speedometer sudenly stoppped working. now works intermittently. also shows check engine light. It is showing p0171 & p0172 codes. Lean and rich. seams like they contradict each other. occasionaly the...


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OBD II P0172 Fuel System Too Rich (Bank 1).P0172 - System Too Rich (Bank 1) Essentially this DTC means that an oxygen sensor in bank 1 detected a rich condition.
When the code says that the Fuel System is "too rich," it means that the computer has been subtracting more and more fuel, which is called Long Term Fuel Trim. Ideally, the Long Term Fuel Trim should be close to 1 to 2 percent. When a code P0172 is set, it means that the Fuel Trim is anywhere from -15 percent to as low as -30 percent compensated. When this happens, the computer knows that there is an improper condition in the control of the Fuel System.


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How do you change out the O2 sensors for a 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor and where is the back sensor located?


Hi,

Bank 1 Sensor 2 is located on the Right Hand Bank - After the catalytic converter. It is on the bank closest to the firewall and after the catalytic converter.

Hope this helps.
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