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Where is the oxygen sensor, bank 1 sensor 1, located on a 2000 Toyota Solara? What is the best one to purchase for replacement?

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B1S1 means first (upstream) , closest sensor to cyl. head , usualy at exhaust manifold.Bank 1 is cyl. head with cyl.#1 if you have V6 engine.
Best choice for brand - Denso.

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Hi I have Toyota solara 2006 and 120000 m on it the check engin goes on and of by itself once a while the problem is in o2 oxygen sensor bank 1 Do u know why ?


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I own a 1999 Toyota Solara and the check ingine light is on. I have a n ODB code reader and it reads the code #P0135 heated oxygen senser circiut malfunctoin (bank 1, senser 1) I changed the oxygen senser...


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