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Old 06-09-2010, 06:00 PM
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What side is bank 2

I went to autozone to replace o2 sensor bank 2 sensor 2, the guy told me it was the left side but looking online I see people saying its the right. Can anyone help me out is it the passenger or the driver side? thanks
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Driver's side, downstream.

Left and right, according to Ford protocol, is based upon being seated in the driver's seat, not standing in front of the bumper like a monkey trying to do arithmetic.
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The passenger side is bank #1 because thats where the #1 plug is. On Fords and most imports, Bank#1 is the passenger side, bank#2 is the driver side. On Chevies it is the opposite (as usual GM defies the world).
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Thanks, this is my first ford. Ive only had chevys so I guess thats why Im opposite
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Bank 1 on any vehicle is the side of the bank containing the #1 cylinder. Bank 2 is the other bank. This is true on a I6, L6, V6, V8, V10
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