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2004 Cadillac Seville bank 1 O2 sensor near fire wall is froze in place in the exhaust manifold and will not back out even with extreme pressure. Will heating area near threads and expand exhaust free the sensor??

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Heating may help but it could be dangerous due to limited space. What you might try is start engine get mamifold hot. Shut off engine and use WD-40 and let it soak in, brake fluid also works like WD-40 but make sure the manifold is not so hot that it will burst into flame. Another way is to remove the two front bolts from the endine cradle and let the engine assembly down. this will give you more room. cut wires off get a 6 sided deep socket. If that fails use a air hammer to knock it loose. Hope this helps.

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Bank two are the even cylinders. Follow exhaust manifold on the side. You will find an O2 sensor just after or on the manifold, before the catalytic converter. Then, look after the catalytic and you should find another O2 sensor, this is the one you mention in your post.

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I had diagnostics run on my 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee today and was told it's my O2 sensor, already figured that! It's Bank 1 Sensor 2- is that cylinder 4 5 and 6, post catalytic converter?


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o2 sensors are always after the cat converter
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There are 2 upstream o2 sensors on cadillac sls and 2 downstream. There are 2 exhaust manifolds on the 8 cyl 4.6 L bank 1 sensor 1 which is backside manifold and bank 1 sensor 2 which is front manifol


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there are not 2 x O2 sensors up stream
they are heated oxygen sensors (HO2S) and are in the manifold or exhaust pipe before the cat converter
The 2 x O2 sensors are after the cat converter in the exhaust pipe
so bank 1 sensor 1 is a HO2S sensor
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There are 2 exhaust manifolds on cadillac 4.6 l bank 1 sensor 1 is in rear of engine on exhaust manifold and bank 1 sensor 2 is in front of engine exhaust manifold just before the cat. No room to work


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Check Engine light with Po131 o2 circuit low voltage sensor 1 bank 1 reading, what does that mean?


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- Front Heated Oxygen Sensor Bank 1 circuit poor electrical connection
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it is not an O2 sensor but a heated oxygen sensor that is in the exhaust manifold before the cat converter
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Engine has severe miss @ idle under load. Runs fine when driving. Plug and Plug Wires are Ok. Put on a Scanner and got code Po135.


The DTC (Data Trouble Code) P0135 is for the O2 sensor Heater Circuit Bank 1 Sensor 1. Bank 1 will always be the cylinder bank with the number one cylinder and spark plug, and the number one O2 sensor will be located before the catalytic converter and usually at the rear of the exhaust manifold or just after it. According to the firing order diagram bank one is the cylinder bank that is closest to the fire-wall and there should be an O2 sensor located there around the rear of the exhaust manifold or just after it. If the engine is a 4 cylinder then it will be the O2 sensor before or up-stream of the catalytic converter. Check for any damaged wiring or loose wire connector at the O2 sensor and if they are alright then replace the O2 sensor and then re-set the check engine light. (The auto part store should re-set the check engine light for you if you purchase the O2 sensor from them, and be certain that it is the correct and assembled O2 sensor for your vehicle and not a put together universal O2 sensor)




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Sensor 1, Bank 1 is stuck; mechanic says he does not want to force it and may have to take exhaust manifold off car--a very expensive repair. I would appreciate any ideas on how to loosen the sensor so it...


The only way that it will most likely come loose is to first soak the base of that O2 sensor in a good penetrating oil (liquid wrench, pb-max, wd-40) for a while before you attempt to remove the O2 sensor, then use a large 7/8" six-point box-end wrench (it will fit into a lot more spaces than an O2 sensor socket and a ratchet, and you will be able to apply a lot more torque to the O2 sensor) and cut the wire connector off of the old O2 sensor if the box end of the wrench does not slip over the wire connector. Once the box end of that wrench is firmly on the base of the O2 sensor you should have little problem getting that O2 sensor loose, and tap the end of the wrench in the direction to loosen up the O2 sensor using a small mallet if necessary (it never has been necessary for me, and the palm of my hand has always been sufficient).

You will have to use proper judgment, because if you can get the box end of the wrench described above on that O2 sensor you will be able to apply enough torque to break the O2 sensor off at the bung, or even rip the entire bung out of the ehaust manifold or exhaust pipe, but you would have to be really tugging on the wrench or beating on the wrench hard with a mallet to do so.

When you install the new O2 sensor be careful not to over-tighten it.

Bank #1 is always the cylinder bank that has the #1 cylinder and spark plug in it, and O2 sensor #1 is always the first O2 sensor in the exhaust system, and is either on the exhaust manifold itself, or just after the exhaust manifold on the exhaust pipe. Here is a diagram and bank #1 is composed of the #1, #3, and #5 cylinders and it is the exhaust closest to the fire-wall.


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