The bank 1, sensor 3, O2 sensor would be the O2 sensor post cat.
Bank 1 Sensor 1- driver's side exhaust pipe Bank 1 Sensor 2-right before catalytic converter Bank 1 Sensor 3- right after catalytic converter Bank 1 Sensor 1- passenger side exhaust pipe Bank 1 Sensor 1- driver's side exhaust pipe Bank 1 Sensor 2-right before catalytic converter Bank 1 Sensor 3- right after catalytic converter Bank 2 Sensor 1- passenger side exhaust pipe
3, sensor 1 bank 1, sensor 2 bank 1, sensor 2 bank 2
Bank 1 sensor 1 would be the first sensor on the drivers side exhaust pipe close to the engine. Bank 1 sensor 2 would be the sensor just before the cat converter. Bank 1 sensor 3 would be the sensor just after the cat converter. Bank 2 sensor 1 would be the first sensor on the passenger side exhaust pipe.
Bank 1 sensor 3 should be the one after the catalytic converter.
bank 1 means cylinder 1-3 side, sensor 2 means the sensor after the catalytic converter.
Bank 1 is drivers side where number 1 cylinder is. Sensor 3 is post cat/converter, drivers side
same way you replace any sensor.
Bank 1 sensor 3 would be the O2 sensor after the catalytic converter.
There are 4 O2 sensors in 1999 suburban.Bank 1 sensor 1, bank 1 sensor 2 on the driver side before Catalytic Convertor. Bank 2 sensor 1 on exhaust Manifold, passenger side. Bank 1 sensor 3 is after catalytic convertor.
That should be the sensor located after the catalytic converter.
That would be the sensor after the catalytic converter.
Bank 1 (cyl. 1-3-5 passenger side) Sensor 1 (first sensor from engine) is accessible from under car. It is located just before the catalytic converter.
I have a code DTC P0154.Bank 2 Sensor 1 no activity.Which sensor is this on my 96 Blazer?
Same side as cylinder #1, third O2 sensor from the front.
Bank 1 is always the bank where cylinder No. 1 is, or in this case, the driver's side (left) bank, and Bank 2 is the opposite (right) bank. After the point where the pipes meet, everything is Bank 1. Now, counting O2 sensors. One is located by the left manifold, which is Bank 1, Sensor 1 (scanner shows B1-S1). Moving back, the sensor in front of the catalytic converter after the Y-pipe is Bank 1, Sensor 2. After the Y, it's all Bank 1, but we still count the sensor in the manifold as 1. So now the sensor behind the catalytic converter is Bank 1, Sensor 3 (scanner shows B1-S3). On a dual exhaust system, the banks stay 1 and 2 all the way back. For example, on the same truck with dual exhaust ... Bank 1, Sensor 1 is in the left manifold; Bank 2, Sensor 1 is at the right manifold; Bank 1, Sensor 2 is behind the driver's side converter; and Bank 2, Sensor 2 is behind the passenger side converter. If automotive engineers decide to add more O2 sensors, they will continue the numbering in this fashion.
That would be the O2 sensor after the catalytic converter.
The rear cylinders are 1-3-5 so that is bank 1. Front cylinders are 2-4-6 so that is bank 2. Follow the exhaust pipe from bank 2 and you will find the O2 sensor.
bank 1 sensor 1 is in the exhaust manifold on the firewall side of the engine. bank 2 sensor 1 is in the exhaust manifold on the radiator side of the engine. bank 1 sensor 2 is in the exhaust pipe after the catalytic converter.
02 sensor. Bank 1 Sensor 3, post cat
The bank one sensor, on your Suzuki Grand Vitara XL7 4 x 4 is located on the front of the transmission. The sensor will have 3 wires coming from it.
There is no sensor three on this car. Sensor one is pre catalyst, sensor two is post catalyst.
According to Auto Zone, the sensor 1 bank 1 is before the catalytic converter with 2 and 3 located further downstream and are typically mounted in or after the catalytic converter. (bank 1 identifies the location of cylinder #1, while bank 2 identifies the cylinder on the opposite bank). What i need to know, is where the catalytic converter is on the engine. Hope this helps.
On a 2001 Ford Taurus : firewall 1-----2-----3 ( Bank 1 ) 4-----5-----6 ( Bank 2 ) front of vehicle ( sensor 2 would be after the exhaust has passed through the catalytic converter , also called the downstream sensor or catalyst monitor sensor )
With the Hood up, at the front of the engine you will see three (3) Plugs. Each plug is connected to an Oxygen Sensor and are listed from left to right as follows: 1. OS 1, BANK 2 2. OS 2 BANK 2 3. OS 2 BANK 1 To locate the OS 1, BANK 1, look for the connector located near the left firewall & wiper motor next to the power actuator valve. Starting from each connector, you can find each sensor location.