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Old 05-27-2006, 04:28 AM
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got this code. po161. o2 sensor heater malfunction bank 2 sensor 2.
which one of the o2 sensors is it? truck's got three. i don't want to fix the wrong one. lol.
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being an '01 you should have 4 o2 sensors. 2 on the driver side, one foward and aft of the cat and the same on the passenger side.

now i am only going to guess but bank 2 sensor 2 should be you rear passenger side o2 but hopefully someone else will help confirm or correct this.
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Your going to replace the POST CAT O2 SENSOR.....Thats the one after the Cat.....
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I have this code to on my 2001 dakota, which o2 is it, the replies dont clear it up to well
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I have this code to on my 2001 dakota, which o2 is it, the replies dont clear it up to well
This should be the sensor after the cat. on the passenger side.
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Old 07-04-2009, 11:24 AM
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This should be the sensor after the cat. on the passenger side.
This is correct.

Just for future reference, this is true regardless of the manufacturer with any V6 or V8 engine.

Bank 1 = Odd numbered cylinders
Bank 2 = Even numbered cylinders
Sensor 1 = In front/before cat
Sensor 2 = Behind/after cat
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Thank you very much
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This is a little help to my problem as well, Thanks.
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This is correct.

Just for future reference, this is true regardless of the manufacturer with any V6 or V8 engine.

Bank 1 = Odd numbered cylinders
Bank 2 = Even numbered cylinders
Almost true...Fords are different...bank 1 on Fords are cylinders 1-4, bank 2 is cylinders 5-8 on a V8 engine
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Almost true...Fords are different...bank 1 on Fords are cylinders 1-4, bank 2 is cylinders 5-8 on a V8 engine
I stand corrected.
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