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2004 suzuki verona 6 cylinder

I need to replace heated oxygen sensor bank 1 sensor 1...can anyone tell just where the sensor is located...thank you

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It should be in the exhaust downpipe, between the engine and the catalytic converter.

Posted on May 10, 2009

  • franclemont May 31, 2011

    There are two banks. Bank 1 is on the driver side, bank 2 is the passenger. Sensor 1 is the top sensor, sensor 2 is the bottom. This is the same for both sides. The 2004 Suzuki Verona has 4 O2 (oxygen) sensors. Two upstream two downstream. I noticed that the post was made two years ago, but i'm sure others would find this information useful. I used Bosch universal O2 sensors cuz they were cheap, others dont recommend them... but its a cheap car...



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How many oxygen sensors does a 2004 Suzuki Verona have and where are they?

You would have Four of them. There are Two Upstream for Cylinders 1-3, and 4-6. Then there are Two Downstream for Cylinders 1-3 and 4-6. Look at the rear of the engine and you will see the Catalytic Converter canisters sitting there. There will be a Sensor before and after each Cat with the wiring harness up toward the top of the engine. There is a Sensor for each bank with one upstream, before the Cat and one downstream, after the Cat.

Mar 23, 2015 | 2004 Suzuki Verona

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2006 Suzuki Verona has two upper oxygen sensors

odd question both split, mans are one same side of the I6 !
the Daewoo Magnus , in drag.
no country stated, (canada, calif? , usa Fed states)?
no engine stated,?
no PCM DTC error stated, (context of question not stated)

bank one 02 is on cylinder 1 side.
some in line 6 engines have split exhaust manifold.
for california cars.

ill try go get this info,guessing all the above.

the inline engine, bank one sensor 1 is that sensor closest to
cylinder one or the cylinder closeset to the crank shaft pulley.

ok I looked in the USA FSM online
and sure there is a I6 with s split man, with 2 CATS/
got 2 CATS, right>?
that is your confusion, id bet.
so bank 1 is closed to cylinder 1
bank 2 is closed to cylinder 4.
Pulley, 1,2,3, 4,5,6
no mater what Suzuk BODY or driveline this engine fits.
Bank 1 is at the CRANK SHAFT END PULLEY.



Oct 04, 2014 | 2006 Suzuki Verona

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06 Suzuki Verona has two upper oxygen sensors is

read your other ANON post first.
Double posted, an again , no engine stated.
is this the I-6, inline SIX? 2.5L

my wild guess is you get DTCs for bank 2, right?

example this? (this is farthest from crank pulley)
Trouble Code: P0050 2.5L I6
HO2S Heater Control Circuit Bank 2 Sensor 1
Number of Trips to Set Code: 2
Trouble Code Conditions:
HO2S-1 heater (bank 2) control circuit is open circuit.

Oct 04, 2014 | 2006 Suzuki Verona

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How many oxygen sensors does a 2004 suzuki verona have? and if my check engine light is on which sensor do i need up stream or downstream? I went to auto zone and the number was 430 and it said oxygen...

I suggest you take it to cetified service center. This is a very exspensive guess. 2 is what you have but if not diagnosed properly, cost can get out of hand.

Aug 09, 2011 | 2004 Suzuki Verona

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I have research around and found that the Bank 1 sensor 3 O2 sensor is post Cat. But when I got under there I dont see anything that could resemble a sensor. Where is it. Please help. Marc

try this
ALLDATA Editor's Note: Always verify #1 cylinder location prior to diagnosis and repair.

- Cylinder bank number one is the bank that contains number one cylinder.

See: Firing Order

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Cylinder #1 on left side.

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Cylinder #1 on right side.

- The first oxygen sensor in cylinder bank # 1 is numbered O2 Sensor 1/1.
- The second oxygen sensor in cylinder bank # 1 is numbered O2 Sensor 1/2.
- A third oxygen sensor in cylinder bank # 1 would be numbered O2 Sensor 1/3.
- The first oxygen sensor in cylinder bank # 2 is numbered O2 Sensor 2/1.
- The second oxygen sensor in cylinder bank # 2 is numbered O2 Sensor 1/1.

- If a V-6 or V-8 vehicle only uses one downstream Heated Oxygen Sensor (HO2S) it is numbered O2 Sensor 1/2, even if it uses two upstream HO2S.
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Cylinder 2 misfire. Can't locate second cylinder. Need diagram.

1-5-3-6-2-4 is the firing order.

right side is 1-3-5 left is 2-4-6

6 5
4 3
2 1

Jun 27, 2010 | 2004 Suzuki Verona

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Where is the suzuki sx4 heater sensor located? i have a "HO2S Heater Control Circuit Low (Bank 1 Sensor 2)" problem and do not no where to find that sensor or how to fix that problem

That is an error for a heater oxygen sensor (H02S). It's located on the exhaust pipe after the catalytic converter. If you have a 4 cylinder, there will only be one catalytic converter so it will be pretty easy to figure out which sensor to replace. If you have a 6 cylinder you will have to determine which bank is Bank 1 and which is Bank 2. If you can find a cylinder identifiction diagram bank one will be the side that cylinder # 1 is on. Whenever i have encountered a similar code it has always been a bad oxygen sensor. So, inspect the wiring to the sensor and if all checks out, replace the sensor.

May 20, 2010 | 2008 Suzuki SX4

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2004 suzuki verona..where is bank 1 senor 1 located on the engine

This car has a transversely mounted straight six I believe, which is really unusual, but that means it only has one bank, so "bank 1, sensor 1" will be the upstream O2 sensor (between the engine and the cat) and "bank1, sensor 2" will be the downstream sensor (behind the cat).

May 10, 2009 | 2004 Suzuki Verona

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Bank #2 referes to the side of the eng in which cyl. #2 is snsr #1 referes to the sensor before the cat. conv. and the code is for a slow response so, basically a lazy O2 snsr. So if you can locate cyl. #2 and follow the exaust manifold on that side of eng. the very first O2 snsr you see is the one in need of diag./repair

Apr 10, 2009 | 2004 Suzuki Verona

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