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Hello, where is bank 1 sensor 2 located on my 1996 inline 6 f150 I am pulling a 0141 code as well as a 0174

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Bank 1 will be the passanger side, same side as no. 1 cylinder. No. 1 sensor will the the front sensor before the cats. I always replace both sensors when i get a code for one switching slow if you don't your new one will switch faster then your old one and will set a code and light for the old sensor switching slow.

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Will be the o2 sensor all the way to the back on the exhaust system, after the Catalytic Converter.

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The sensor u want is the sensor that is located after the cat converter in the exhaust system, if this is giving a code u may have a worn out catalytic converter, that is what it does, it measures the efficiency of the cat converter, when it drops below a certain point that set a fault code

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    if the fuel is two years old then it is unusable, gas last one year, so u must pump out the fuel and refill the tank with fresh 87 octane, then clear the codes and drive it for a few days.

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Hi, bank 1 will be the passanger side, same side as no. 1 cylinder. No. 1 sensor will the the front sensor before the cats. I always replace both sensors when i get a code for one switching slow if you don't your new one will switch faster then your old one and will set a code and light for the old sensor switching slow.
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Notes in relation to bank numbers
•Bank 1 always refers to the group of cylinders which includes No.1 cylinder.
•The majority of small engine European vehicles will only have Bank 1 sensors fitted (i.e. 1 x Front & 1 x Rear).
•An inline 6-cylinder engine may have cylinders 1, 2 & 3 referred to as Bank 1 & cylinders 4,5 & 6 referred to as Bank 2.
•V configured engines would normally have Bank 1 & Bank 2 sensors, with again Bank 1 referring to the group of cylinders which contains No. 1 cylinder.
Notes in relation to sensor numbers
•Sensor 1 always refers to the front / regulating (Upstream / Pre-cat / Upper) sensor.
•Sensor 2 always refers to the rear / diagnostic (Downstream / Post-cat / Lower) sensor.
N.B. Some larger capacity vehicles may have 2 rear / diagnostic (Downstream / Post-cat / Lower) sensors on the same bank, which may be referred to by EOBD codes as sensor 2 & sensor 3. Sensor 2 would relate to the rear sensor closest to, or in the catalyst, with sensor 3 relating to the rear sensor furthest from the catalyst.
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In some catalogue entries, a sensor will be listed as fitting in left or right position. This is always taken from the point of view of sitting in the vehicle (i.e. For UK RHD vehicles Right = Offside, Left = Nearside).
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Where can i find bank 1 sensor 2 located on my 1996 inline 6 f150 I am pulling a 0141 code as well as a 0174?


Hi, bank 1 will be the passanger side, same side as no. 1 cylinder. No. 1 sensor will the the front sensor before the cats. I always replace both sensors when i get a code for one switching slow if you don't your new one will switch faster then your old one and will set a code and light for the old sensor switching slow.
Take care

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