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The heated oxygen sensor ("H02S) on "bank 2" has failed and should be replaced. Bank 2 is the side of the engine opposite bank one (where cylinder #1 is located). The sensor is used to adjust fuel "trim" on that bank of cylinders to assure thebest fuel efficiency and the least pollution. Failing to replace it can result in a ruined catalytic converter, so address the matter ASAP!

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