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Where is the bank 2 sensor 2 located on a 2001 Dodge Dakota four point seven liter with a single exhaust system?

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2007-03-11 04:01:27
2007-03-11 04:01:27

Bank two is the passenger side. Sensor 2 is the one that is down stream(after)of the catalytic converter.

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