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My jag is giving out a manufacyrer specific code P1647 can you tell me what it is please

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I believe it is a lean condition on bank 2 of engine. Causes are usually bad Oxygen sensor,or dirty connector or possible vacuum leak. Have mechanic test upstream oxygen sensor on bank#2.

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