BANK 1 SENSOR 1 WHICH SIDE OF THE MOTOR DOES THIS REFERENCE TO? I HAVE REPLACED THE O2 SENSOR ON THE DRIVERS SIDE OF THE EXHAUST.
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Have I replaced the wrong sensor? I am willing to attempt to replace the o2 sensor on the passenger side if this will correct the problem. I get a code reading of "slow response" even tho I replaced the drivers side o2 sensor.
I don't have the code number it was never given to me. All I know is Bank 1 Sensor 1 o2 sensor is slow response. I would like to know which side of the vehicle this is in reference too.
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