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Got manual to fix but I cant find location of ETS relay! All pics Ive seen are generic and tell me nothing
Now you know why, you ONLY buy the factory
service manuals --even though they cost hundreds
Too Generic---- I hope others read your post
I can not get through to anyone, about the importance
of quality info
Now my guess is-- your not where you understand OBD Systems
So do not throw parts at codes,it doesn't work that way & relays
may never fail in your lifetime
Whether you have codes or parts,they all have to be component
If you find no problem,you need no parts & have learned
nothing swapping out parts
For relays,find a similar one in the same distribution box & try
Have to read the top of the relay,they have to be the same
You have no vehicle shown here & any code can be for a different
fault, on a different brand vehicle
There is more to vehicle circuits & codes, than just the relays &
other items,you have wires & where they come & go to consider
SO-- get the factory diagnostic manuals or CD & follow the trouble
charts, to find a problem
Also a professional scan tool & checking ALL Modules for codes
is a good place to start
Posted on Nov 06, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Bank one is the side on a V or H engine where cylinder number one is located. On an in-line engine you only have a bank one, no bank 2. Sensor 3 will be the third sensor from the engine in the exhaust stream.
Posted on Oct 25, 2009
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cant help with a pic iam afraid but look on the diff housing passenger side and on top is the speed sensor ,their is no input sensor it just goes to the computer and from their to the dash ,it could be the sensor or the nylon drive gear ,you can check the sensor with a multimeter once you get it out
Posted on Apr 13, 2012
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