How often does a O2 sensor need to be replaced on a Toyota Highlander 6 cylinder?
When the computer throws the code that you need to change the sensor.
bank2 is opposite side of the cylinder 1 and sensor 1 is before catalytic converter so the 1 near the radiator on the top
its located in the back of the motor.
It is for the oxygen sensor. There are two, one before the catalytic convertor and one after, this is for the one after it. Follow the exhaust from the side of the engine down and look for something resembling a spark plug in the exhaust pipe.
What if the check engine light on your 2002 Toyota Highlander V6 4wd turned on What if the code was P0136 Which O2 sensor is this?
This refers to the second oxygen sensor on Bank 1. Bank 1 is the same side of the engine that cylinder 1 is on, the very front cylinder on the drivers side. It could need to be replaced, or there could be a short to voltage on the O2 signal circuit, or it could also be that the connector has been corroded, and needs to just be cleaned. I believe this code is the same… Read More
Yes, if the vehicle came equipped wiht that option, unless the original spare tire was removed and replaced - or - the sensor was damaged or removed from the wheel. When the low air pressure alarm goes off it is THAT tire that is most often overlooked.
where is the mass air flow sensor on a toyota camry with a 2.2 4 cyli nder
Usually V6 has a MAF sensor. 4 cylinder does not have it.
What size is the tap for exhaust where Oxygen sensor goes to in 2003 Toyota Highlander V6 and where can you get this?
should be a M18 x 1.4
Look on the rear of the air filter enclosure.
3 sensors are on toyota altezza AT rs 200
Front cover just above the crank pulley, behind the crank sensor, 1 wire light grey plug.
Trouble code P1725 means: Rear Wheel Sensor Circuit Malfunction
I4 does not have MAF.
It's attached to the firewall next to the throttle body.
It depends on which of them. The one for coolant is located in the water inlet. Ambient temperature sensor is located in the filter box.
Trouble code P1135 means: Air-Fuel Sensor Heater Circuit Response Malfunction
O2 sensor in the exhaust manifold near the engine
replace oxygen sensor on the left bank(side towards front of car) it is located on the exhaust manifold staring you in face when hood is open Read more: Toyota Highlander Limited what does trouble code p1150 on - JustAnswer http://www.justanswer.com/toyota/490ow-toyota-highlander-limited-does-trouble-code-p1150.html#ixzz1T8tewlwW
Bank 2 Knock Sensor under intake manifold block, near the passenger side. Bank 1 is near driver side
How can you still get the same error code if you changed the correct o2 sensor for p0135 On my 1999 Toyota solara sle v6?
You most likely replaced the wrong o2 sensor. The Hanes manual incorrectly state that the bank one sensor one O2 sensor is in the front. It is actually facing the firewall towards the bottom. Cylinder one faces the same direction; hence the nomenclature.
Usually map sensors have to be replaced and cannot be repaired.
Most likely it will not. Because different engines use different amount of air to run. You might want to check the sensor number against eBay and see if people sale the same sensor for both models.
When a scan shows your oxygen sensor needs replaced does the upstream or down stream or both needs to be replaced on your 1996 Geo metro 1.3 4-cylinder?
If they are the same sensor... replace the easy one first and if the code returns, take the old one and replace the other one
its where the #1 cylinder is that's bank one
The manufacturer states throttle body and the intake manifold must be removed to access the knock sensor. The knock sensor is located on side of cylinder block.
It stands for the Air Intake Sensor. Basically it is another sensor used by the computer to adjust fuel mixture for a good running car in cold weather. It is housed in the air filter flow assy unit.
It's next to the timing belt gear. The sensor can be accessed from the the firewall side.
If the computer diagnostics say it's the O2 sensor, that's what's wrong. If you haven't connected a code scanner try that before you go any further.
The Camshaft Sensor on the 5S-FE engine it located on the back of the cylinder head (facing the firewall) next to the back of the timing cover. It is fastened to the cylinder head with a 10mm bolt.
I don't know about the Tacoma - but, if it helps, in the Highlander it is located at the very bottom edge of the dashboard in the area of the steering column.
Bank 1 oxygen sensor is the closest to the engine exhaust manifold. It is usually can seen and replaced if necessary with open hood.
According to the Haynes shop manual, the two upstream sensors are located on the exaust manifolds. The downstream sensor is located behind the rear flange for the downstream catalyst, just ahead of the front muffler.
Usually visually you cannot see it because it's inside of the hose next to the water pump.
I'm not 100% sure but I believe this is a Tire Pressure Warning Sensor. In the Highlander it is measured indirectly by tire rotation using the ABS Speed Sensor. The reset is located under the dash above where your left knee would be in the drivers seat. This is the check tire pressure light. you either have a low tire or bad sensors. Toyota sensors have a problem where if the tires are under 35psi… Read More
Bank 2 is the sensor opposite from the number one cylinder, and on your vehicle is the front of the engine. Sensor 1 is the first oxygen sensor you come to from the engine in the exhaust pipe.
That code means that the oxygen sensor downstream of the catalytic converter on bank 2 is detecting that the converter is not working as efficiently as it should be. It could be a bad oxygen sensor, a bad catalytic converter or and exhaust leak.
Bank 1 would be the bank of cylinders that contains the number 1 cylinder. Bank 1 sensor 1 would be the first O2 sensor in the exhaust leaving the bank 1 cylinder head and before the bank 1 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 is the one closest to the firewall. sensor 1 is the first one exhaust gasses will come in contact with after leaving the cylinder head.
Yes, but only if they are both the same configuration, i.e. both 4 cylinder or both V6
It has two of them. One is before catalytic converter and second one is after.
Assuming this is for the V6, Bank 1 refers to the bank of cylinders toward the back of the engine compartment, near the firewall. Bank 2 is in the front of the engine compartment. Sensor 1 is the top sensor on the exhaust manifold right before the pre-catalytic convertor. Sensor 2 is the sensor after the pre-cat and before the exhaust merge.
I have a 2000 toyota rav4 it has no power going to the camshaft sensor or fuel pump I replaced efi relay and fuel pump relay all fuses are good I also tried a new ecm computer no differance not sure what to do next
It depends on brand of sensor as well as type of engine (4 cylinder vs. V6). It can be anywhere in between $60-150 depending on brand.
A very short/simple explanation is: the Highlander is in front wheel drive until the computer sensor on the drive train senses that the front drive wheels are slipping (no traction) - the vhicle computer then sends a command to the transmission to engage the rear wheel drive axles - which then engage.
Number 1 piston on 1995 Toyota Tercel Does not fire well Have replaced ECU map sensor injector ignition coil and plug wires?
did you replaced spark plug also distributor cap and rotor???
Your o2 sensors are on the exaust manifolds, if you slide under the truck with a flashlight and look up at th manifolds were they come out of the engine you will see each manifold has a sensor, also check with your Toyota dealer, because there was a recall on these sensors that melted in to the manifold. They replaced mine for free.
There are 3 oxygen sensors on this vehicle. Some of the Highlanders with California emissions have 2 fron Air/Fuel Ratio sensors and one rear Oxygen sensor.
It is located in the front of the engine on the cylinder head. It's located on the passenger side of the vehicle.
Bank 1 is the side of engine where cylinder 1 is closest to front of engine (where serpentine belt is). O2 sensor #2 is after cat converter in exhaust pipe.