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What side is bank 1 or a of the truck. I always thought where the #1 plug is is where bank 1 or a is. Is this not the case.

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  • jhatch3 Apr 09, 2011

    New code is bank 1 to lean. Timing and sensors are new and running pretty good. Last code to fix. But inlaws didn't want to replace fuel injectors the where fouled and full of gunk. I guess they have no choice now. 99.9 percent positive replace the fuel injectors and should be fixed. Does this sound about right. This is the second time you have helped. I trust your input.

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You are correct, bank one is the side where #1 is and if you're wondering about O2 sensors, bank1, sensor 1 is the one between the engine and the cat. Bank 1, sensor 2 is the one after the cat.

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    Dave C Apr 09, 2011

    It could be injectors, but I would make sure that there are no vacuum leaks, also no breaks in the exhaust or manfold gaskets as air can be drawn in ahead of the O2 sensor and cause the code.

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