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Old 08-01-2010, 02:33 AM
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check engine light came on when i cranked my truck up the other day. took it to get it tested and the girl that did it said it was a bank 2 02 sensor high voltage code. went inside and looked it up and it said intake manifold o2 sensor. she cleared it and now its on again. could it just be unplugged? is this the right sensor?
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Um....there's no such thing as an intake manifold O2 sensor. What was the actual P-code number?
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p0138. O2 Sensor Circuit High Voltage (Bank1, Sensor2)
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That would indicate a problem with the left bank downstream sensor, specifically with the heater circuit. It's been my experience that the sensor itself is normally at fault when heater codes are thrown.
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which would be located where?
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Your downstream O2 sensors are located after your catalytic converter, but I'm sure Randy would have a diagram if need be.

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Left bank of the engine after the converter.
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gotcha. will this effect my fuel milage or performance any?
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It can have a negative effect on both.
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well my check engine light was off all day today. i crawled under it the other day and tinkered with it a lil bit, musta fixed it.
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