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There is no such thing on this car.

Posted on Oct 19, 2013

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    mel burkett Oct 21, 2013

    obd had codes 1166&1167 and when i l;ooked up the codes thats what they refered to.

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SOURCE: need to know where o2 sensor for bank2 sensor 1 is

right below the exhaust manifold on thr right hand side of motor

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