Bank 2 Sensor 1 (a.k.a. B2S1) is located on the side of the engine with cylinder 2 in the firing order and the O2 sensor situated in front of the catalytic converter. Depending on the car's make and driver orientation, it could be found on either the driver or passenger side of a vehicle.... read more ›
A vehicle's (bank 2, sensor 2) O2 sensor will be located behind or downstream of the catalytic converter on the bank which corresponds to the engine's second cylinder.... see details ›
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What is Bank 1 and Bank 2? Bank 1 and bank 2 simply refer to either side of the engine. Check your owner's manual or a service manual for a positive location of bank 1 and bank 2. Most commonly, bank 1 houses the front most cylinder on the engine cylinder 1, and bank 2 is the opposite side of the engine.... read more ›
Bank 1 Sensor 1 means Upstream Right/Rear;Bank 2 Sensor 1 means Upstream Left/Front;Bank 1 Sensor 2 means Downstream Right/Rear;Bank 2 Sensor 2 means Downstream Left/Front.... see more ›
On Bank 1 means it is at the engine side with cylinders 1, 3, 5, 7, etc. Bank 1 Sensor 2 is the second sensor on the engine's exhaust pipe, usually behind the catalytic converter. On Bank 1 means it is at the engine side with cylinders 1, 3, 5, 7, etc.... see details ›
Brian, the questions I am asked most often about O2 sensors is how do you know what is Bank 1 or Bank 2, which O2 sensor is Sensor 1 or Sensor 2. Bank One is always the bank where cylinder number one is located. On the Corvette it will always be the driver side. Bank Two is the passenger side.... view details ›
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Sensor 2 is the downstream oxygen sensor. It is always going to be located after the catalytic converter. Its job is to monitor the oxygen content exiting the catalytic converter in order to determine if it is operating efficiently.... continue reading ›
The main way that you will know if you have a faulty oxygen sensor is that the check engine light in the vehicle will come on. The vehicle is not likely to be experiencing any major engine issues, sounds or anything else that would clue you in on the issue.... see more ›
A dirty oxygen sensor can cause your “check engine” light to come on, and can also result in your car burning through extra gasoline. If you suspect that your oxygen sensor may be dirty, you can clean it by first removing the sensor from its housing in the vehicle, and then soaking the sensor in gasoline overnight.... view details ›
A properly functioning oxygen sensor will show a rapidly fluctuating output voltage between approximately 0.1 and 1.0 volts. The time taken for the voltage to change from 0.1 V to 1.0 V (referred to as the lean to rich response time) should be about 300 milliseconds.... read more ›
Typically, bank 1 is the driver side, but this isn't true in all cases. For example, BMW E38 7 series has bank 1 on the passenger side.... see details ›
- Replacing bank 2 sensor 1.
- Fixing the connection issues and reattaching the connectors.
- Repairing any open or shorted wiring.
- Replacing the heater circuit fuse.
- Replacing the ECM.
You'll need to successfully diagnose the cause, and the only way to fix the P0430 fault to show up again is by replacing the faulty parts or fixing the leak in the exhaust. If there's a leak in the exhaust system, the code can be fixed by plugging the leak.... see details ›