I have never heard of that sensor, but the bigger problem is the fault code did not say to replace anything. They never do. They only indicate the circuit or system that needs further diagnosis or the unacceptable operating condition.
Where did you come up with that code number? Was it from an aftermarket code reader, a full scanner, or the dealer's scanner?
AHA! I found this fault code on a different site. It is "misfire detected, (fuel related), cylinder 1". That makes sense, but I've never seen that code where it specified whether it was fuel, spark, or compression-related. Those three things can be determined by looking at oxygen sensor signal wave forms, but those have to be interpreted by engine performance specialists with a diagnostic scope.
What I would do is swap the injectors between cylinder 1 and one other one, erase the code, then see if a code sets for the cylinder you moved the injector to. If it does, consider installing a flow-matched set of rebuilt injectors.
Monday, March 28th, 2016 AT 8:24 PM