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post #16 of 258 (permalink) Old 08-26-2007, 08:52 PM
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An edit to your original post:

Bank 2 Sensor 1:
89465-53190 (02+)

Also, all of the others are correct for the (02+)

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An edit to your original post:

Bank 2 Sensor 1:
89465-53190 (02+)

Also, all of the others are correct for the (02+)
Thanks man! I edited my original post to include your info.

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Here is some more interesting news for everyone.

Today I replaced the B2S1 sensor in my 2004 Lexus IS300...

Not that exciting except for the fact that I replaced it with a 2001 B1S1 sensor! It is running great so far. The 02+ B1S1 will not work with the B2S1, unless spliced in...however the 01 B1S1 plugs in and works perfectly in the B2S1 position.

Just thought I'd share. This could help some people.

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"oh noz I gotz a CEL"
i thought it was "oh noes i has a CEL"

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Here is some more interesting news for everyone.

Today I replaced the B2S1 sensor in my 2004 Lexus IS300...

Not that exciting except for the fact that I replaced it with a 2001 B1S1 sensor! It is running great so far. The 02+ B1S1 will not work with the B2S1, unless spliced in...however the 01 B1S1 plugs in and works perfectly in the B2S1 position.

Just thought I'd share. This could help some people.
I could be very much wrong, but I was under the impression that all the 02 Sensors are pretty much the same (the sensor part), but the connector and the wire length are different for different applications.

I need to PM lextech1 or another tech to confirm the info in this thread is 100% correct.

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I could be very much wrong, but I was under the impression that all the 02 Sensors are pretty much the same (the sensor part), but the connector and the wire length are different for different applications.

I need to PM lextech1 or another tech to confirm the info in this thread is 100% correct.
that is the same thing that i have heard, that they are basically all the same sensors. only the plugs/wire lengths are different

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Well then the 2001 B1S1 has the same clip as the 2002+ B2S1. Must just be a different length. It works though!

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i point everyone in the direction of this thread...

maybe it's time for a sticky

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I wish someone with the skillz could help me out with how to fix my P0125 code. I think the diagnostic explanation was miswritten, as I'm 99% sure this has something to do with O2 sensors. There's a thread on the code, but I'd like to see if I could fix it without plopping down five bills for all new sensors.

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P0125
Insufficient Coolant Temperature For Closed Loop Fuel Control


What did you do to the car last that triggered the code?

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Insufficient Coolant Temperature For Closed Loop Fuel Control
I've had that code before at the same time as some o2 sensor ones.........I can't remember what I did to get it or get rid of it though. For some reason I think it just went away when I fixed my o2 problems. added an o2 sim when I put the headers on.


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Megan header, stock y, HKS Ti Limited axle-back.

I never installed my O2 sim, we just secured the after cat sensor to a hardline. The code came on after installing my header. One of my O2 sensors was seized up, so I had to buy a universal. I reckon I'll just have to replace that one with an OE unit. I'll try installing the O2 sim first, I just lack the soldering skills.

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i would try the o2 sim first like you said... which o2 did you have to change and how is the clearance with the B2S1 and the firewall?

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Now that I'm thinking about it, I think I may have already switched out for a stock sensor. The clearance is fine, I had my local shop move the B2S1 bung.

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my wife took the car in for the cell code it was P0037.
they told her it was an o2 sensor does anyone know which one that is and where i can get it for the most affordable price.

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