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Old 09-10-2012, 04:31 PM
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Location of O2 Sensor Bank 1 Sensor 2

Hey Guys,

My worthless Boyfriend (yes Im a girl) said he's not going to help me fix my O2 sensor. SO I figured I would do it myself!

After all my searching I think I got the right one..

Can yall (Texas Gal) Confirm that the Bank 1 sensor 2 is located right behind the engine on the 2004 Ford Escape?

The people at the local parts store wanted to talk about everything BUT my problem..

Youre going to ask me for my number when Im asking for help.. REALLY?!?!

:-( I would really appreciate your help
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Old 09-10-2012, 04:39 PM
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Ive been looking all over the net and I keep getting conflicting information..

OPne place said behind engine.. and now another on this forum said

I am on my third Bank 1 Sensor 2 (Rear post Cat in the Y pipe)

Can you confirm?
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Sensor 2 is the one after the cat.
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TY Sweetie! So it sounds like the last post I found was right! Im going to look at it when I get home tonight. Does anyone know if there is another sensor close to it. Id hate to get the wrong one.
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Your vehicle has four O2 sensors. Two per bank, one before and one after converter.

Get oriented with the expressions "upstream" and "downstream". Upstream is the portion of the exhaust closest to the engine, downstream is closest to the tailpipe. Bank 1 on a transverse-mounted engine is the firewall side, bank 2 is the radiator side. Therefore, O2S12 (oxygen sensor, bank 1, sensor 2) is the downstream (post converter) sensor on the firewall side of the engine.

Before you jump into replacing any sensors, be advised that actual troubleshooting is highly recommended. Downstream sensors don't affect engine operation and don't fail very often. You might want to post your symptoms and allow more experienced eyes to double-check the diagnosis since O2 sensors usually run $50-70 (which can buy a lot of beer!).
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LOL

Youre right that DOES! Altho Im more of a Jack Daniels kind of girl. (Daddy Taught me right)

So Sensor 2 - is Down stream (After cat)

Bank 1- Firewall side? hmmm kinda confused on that one darlin.. would I be right to slide under the car and look near my tail pipe like the aforementioned post stated\?
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Old 09-10-2012, 06:53 PM
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Click the image to open in full size.

This is what I found.. when I went to the repair guide... And Im all confused again.. Bank one sensor 2 would be... the ... middle one?

| Repair Guides | Component Locations | Heated Oxygen Sensor | AutoZone.com

its the 3.0 engine.. Im terrible at computers too I guess :-(

LEts call them 1 2 3 and 4 from left to right..

Which woul dbe bank 1 sensor 2... Im gonna say.. 3?
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The 3 is pointing at three different sensors- they would point it at all four but it would then cross too uch of the image. I have circled the one you would need according to the diagnosis.

If you climb under the truck behind the wheels (can be done without jacking it up) you will see it near the center of the vehicle.

Make sure not to plug the new on in until to have put it in the exhaust so you don't twist the wires.

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So, where in Texas?
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You are a lifesaver sweetie! I found it! By sight im going to habe to wait for the weekend it was way too hot I almost burned my boob! I shouldn't have used a rolling thingie...

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