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22mm wrench or O2 Sensor Wrench or Socket

Depends on the vehicle & location

Even look for it or use the internet for
info & a picture

Parts have to have a reason to need replacing

OBD Codes & Dash MIL Lamp, is NOT a reason,
if your not going to do any testing, to find a reason
for fault codes.

I replace NOTHING until tested & fail a test

Why would you ?

As you learn over time, there are items that
are included in Preventative Maintenance

Your oxygen sensors are one of those
They go at 100,000 miles
They are going to fail anyway & slow down, as far
as switching times go & lose proper fuel control

Posted on Nov 21, 2014

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How to fix a 0171 code


Your problem is being caused by a leaky power steering switch.

The switch develops a leak, which causes power steering fluid to seep into the engine wiring harness. The seepage eventually finds its way into the front O2 sensor, which then shorts out. The engine computer then starts reading a lean condition, and enriches the fuel/air mix going into the engine to compensate. However, since the shorted O2 sensor never responds to the extra fuel, the engine computer keeps shooting more and more excess fuel.

Replacing the O2 sensor by itself will not help matters, as you may have guessed. The seepage will have about a week or two to short out the new O2 sensor, then you will start seeing the same problem again.

The cure is to replace the leaky power steering switch (it's near the power steering pump), spray brake cleaner into the wiring harness until it drips off from near the front O2 sensor, let dry, and replace the front O2 sensor again. All of these actions must be completed, or you will see another recurrence of this exact problem.

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What dose the engine code po 1151 on a 1996 ford torse mean


Its an o2 sensor bank 2 sensor 1 which is the o2 sensor on the passenger side in front of the catalytic converter it has failed.Replace the o2 sensor and reset the computer.

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Front o2 sensor is needing to be replaced


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Where is 2003 avalon o2 sensor(bank1-sensor1),(front upstream) ? can I install it myself without a lift?


The bank one sensor one O2 is located in the exhaust pipe before the Catalytic Converter, bank one is the cylinder bank that also contains the number one engine cylinder, in your car that would be the cylinder bank at the rear closest to the firewall (see diagram below). You will need to raise the car and crawl under it to replace the sensor and you will need a special O2 sensor socket. Remember always use safety stands to support the car when under the car for any repairs.
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What is p1148


P1148 - Closed Loop Control Function Bank 1
This mean that the closed loop control function for bank 1 does not operate even when vehicle is driving in the specified condition.

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Symptoms:
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Possible causes:
- Harness or connectors Front Oxygen (O2) sensor or Air/Fuel (A/F) sensor 1 circuit is open or shorted.
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- Front Oxygen (O2) sensor or Air/Fuel (A/F) sensor bank 1 heater

Possible solution:
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is that the code you get from comp is PO420 eng light if so worst news either you have an exh leak between o2 sensor 1 and o2 sensor 2 or the front o2 sensor is lazy or the front catyletic converter is not working

basicaly code is only triggerd when engine is hot and the front o2 sensor and the rear o2 sensor read the same voltage when conv is working the front o2 sensor will fluctuate rapidly from 0v to 1v and rear o2 sensor will remain steady at 0.5v

try to explain best i can plz vote comment or reply if you need more help

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this can usually be set due to front O2 sensor malfunction
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