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2002 Dodge Dakota 4X4 Pick up with a V8. I am looking for the locatiion of O2 Sensor Bank 1 Sensor 2

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The sensor is located behind the catalytic converter in the cylinder bank that contains number 1 cylinder.

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  • O2 Sensor Heater Circuit Malfunction - Bank 1 - Sensor 1
  • Basically the ECM Electronic Control Unit has determined your O2 sensor is taking to long to begin reacting properly.
  • The causes could be
  1. O2 heater element resistance could be to high.
  2. An internal short or opening in the heater element.
  3. O2 heater circuit wiring with high resistance.
  4. Open or short to ground in the wiring harness.

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  2. Replace that O2 sensor.

  • Bank 1 sensor 1 location for this vehicle is located on the exhaust manifold back by the firewall on top of the manifold..
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Had a fault code for the upstream o2 sensor on 03 dodge grandcaravan, replaced the o2 sensor and still get a po134 code. Could this be a vac leak or other problem?Exhaust leak? tune up? Injectors or other...


you do know that there are, at minimum, 2 (o2) sensors. One is directly below your manifold and the other is just before your cat. converter on the pipe.

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Hi bank 2 is reffering to the side of the engine that the #2 cylinder is on and sensor 1 will be the one up infront of the catylitic converter toward the engine!

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Bank 1 is the side that has # 1 cylinder in it, the sensor is located in the exhaust head pipe before the Cat Converter, one note of caution: an O2 code does not always indicate an O2 sensor problem, it depends if the code is a lean code or a rich code, lean may may be a sensor, rich is never a sensor, lean codes can be caused by all kinds of issues, a bad MAF, a vacuum leak from hoses or a leaking intake gasket, an injector problem and so on. Good luck hope it is the sensor.

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