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hey guys i'm going to replace my o2 sensor as it's tripping the CEL. supposedly it's identified that bank 2 sensor 1 is at fault. i want to make sure i have this right......
bank 1 is near firewall
bank 2 is towards front bumper
sensor 1 is upstream of the cat
sensor 2 is downstream of the cat

also how do i clear the code when the repair is done? on other cars i've disconnected the battery's ground to clear it out......

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Disconnect the battery for like 10 minutes then drive your bull like you stole it for a week so it'll relearn your driving habits.


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im not sure bout the taurus but for the windstars there is a way to rest the computer with just removing a fuse from the engine bay fuse box. i cant remember the number but i know its the 15 amps one.

and to add to the confusion, i thought bank one was the one towards you.
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Bank two is radiator side, sensor one is upstream of the Cat; like you said mahatma. To reset the DTC, disconnect the + side of the battery, and leave it off for 30 seconds.

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To cut 9min off.
With the battery disconnected, just turn the key to start and hold it.


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