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PO135 Error Code

2003 Suzuki Grand Vitara
1.6 Pertol Jeep

Where is the O2 Heater Circuit Sensor 1 Bank 1?

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Bank one stands for the same side as the number 1 cylinder. Sensor 1 is the first sensor in the bank, (closest to the engine or upstream).
In most cases you will find it on the drivers side\left hand side of the engine and above the catalytic converter. Look for it on the lower portion of the exhaust manifold.

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