Question about Dodge Ram 1500
Okay, bank 1 is the driverside, you need to know bank 1 but what sensor? theres bank 1 sensor 1 and then bank 1 sensor 2, sensor 1 is before the cat and sensor 2 is after the cat, then the last sensor on that truck would be bank2 sensor 1 this one is on the pass/side before the cat,heres a picture to help, the bank 1 sensor two goes in rear of converter, the other two are on the manifolds, the sensor you need is on the driverside manifold,hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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