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Where is sensor 1 bank 2 located on an 2000 s80 volvo

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SOURCE: which oxygen sensor is bank 2 sensor 1 on a 1999

this is the upstream O2 sensor, it is located before the catalytic converter, it goes in the exhaust pipe for cylinders 4,5 and 6, see layout at this link.

http://autorepair.about.com/library/firing_orders/bl-fo-4352.htm

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You have most likely a sensor harness wiring problem, no signal return, at this point your system needs to be hooked up to what is called a "break out box" to see what lead is dead, most likely a broken burnt or damaged wire, there is no easy way to do this, I strongly suggest this go to the Volvo dealer for diagnosis or rewire that sensor all the way back to the PCM (Powertrain Control Module), but preform these few checks 1st before you give up, pull the connector off at the sensor and look for pushed out pins in either the male or female side of the connector, you may also want to swap that sensor with the adjacent O2 sensor and see if the code comes up for bank 2 sensor 1, in that case the new sensor is defective, that is rare but it does happen.

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SOURCE: bank 1 sensor2 on 1999 volvo where can i find it

Bank 1 is usually the side of the engine on a v type engine which has the #1 plug position and this oxygen sensor is ahead of the catalytic converter on the bank 1 side. .On a straight engine it is the oxygen sensor ahead of the cat.Sensor 2 is to the oxygen sensor to the rear of the catalytic converter on the exhaust system from bank 1.
If the y exhaust pipe from both banks feed into one converter,sensor 2 is still the rear most oxygen sensor.

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You have most likely a sensor harness wiring problem, no signal return, at this point your system needs to be hooked up to what is called a "break out box" to see what lead is dead, most likely a broken burnt or damaged wire, there is no easy way to do this, I strongly suggest this go to the Volvo dealer for diagnosis or rewire that sensor all the way back to the PCM (Powertrain Control Module), but preform these few checks 1st before you give up, pull the connector off at the sensor and look for pushed out pins in either the male or female side of the connector, you may also want to swap that sensor with the adjacent O2 sensor and see if the code comes up for bank 2 sensor 1, in that case the new sensor is defective, that is rare but it does happen.

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Which oxygen sensor is bank 2 sensor 1 on a 1999 volvo s80?


this is the upstream O2 sensor, it is located before the catalytic converter, it goes in the exhaust pipe for cylinders 4,5 and 6, see layout at this link.

http://autorepair.about.com/library/firing_orders/bl-fo-4352.htm

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