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Old 06-10-2004, 12:20 PM   #1
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Bank 1 Sensor 2? O2 Front or Rear

Had a check engine light come on. Scanned in and it read Bank 1 Sensor 2 short. Now is this the front or rear O2 sensor?

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i just had that same 02 sensor changed today.. its the back one..
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yep its the one in the cat. same thing happened to me at about 80,000 miles
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Had a check engine light come on. Scanned in and it read Bank 1 Sensor 2 short. Now is this the front or rear O2 sensor?

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Kevin

97 CL 2.2
I just had the same code saying Bank 1, sensor 2. My car has 81k Miles on it. Where do i go from here? Can I buy this part and replace it myself or take it to the dealership?

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I just had the same code saying Bank 1, sensor 2. My car has 81k Miles on it. Where do i go from here? Can I buy this part and replace it myself or take it to the dealership?

Thanks in advance for the help.


ya, and how much to replace
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It's expensive! Call around to your local auto parts retailer. I got anywhere from $250 down to $90 dollars. I went with the generic wire splice one. It was the cheapest. All you need is a wrench to take it out with. Cut and splice the wires together and tighten it back down with the wrench.
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