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will that o2 sim work even if im gettin p0057? I think while searching i read that p0057 means its no good..

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Using a Universal O2 Sensor

Thought everyone could use this, as I haven't seen it posted anywhere in the search.

Its a pin-out / wiring diagram for wiring up a universal O2 Sensor i.e. Bosch to your factory harness, worked for me. I refuse to pay $50 for some wire and a connector.

The Toyota 4 Wire diagram that we IS owners use is in the right column, 3rd down.

Also posted over @ with a more thorough diagram.
https://my.is/forums/f115/universal-o...4/#post5384415
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Thanks NaFooEsi! It is in the FAQ, along with a bunch of other helpful threads.

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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!
I have an 01 with 110K
Just got code P0135: B1S1
Can I put part#89465-53200 instead of 89465-53140
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Very informative post.

TokenSolutions is moving to an in-house forum and facebook. Google TokenSolutions forumer.

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Just wanted to bump this b/c it was my first wiring/soldering experience. I was able to fix the P0141 for free based on this and two other threads.

https://my.is/forums/f67/is300-p0161-...ee-fix-342692/
https://my.is/forums/f62/faq-02-senso...ctions-238392/

It was a trivial fix thanks to the site, and saved ~$400! (dealer quote) I just wish I had more rep to spread around.
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So if I have a S/C and I have a header and I have a check engine light. The only way to get rid of the check engine is the o2 sim? You said that it only says things are ok and it doesnt affect drivability or performance. What is the right way to take care of this problem?

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If you have not cats, then an 01-03 o2 sim or an 04+ o2 sim will fix the catalytic efficiency cel code you will get.

To address the heater and o2 signals, there is a plug and play sim by TokenSolutions.

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Bank 2 Sensor 2:
89465-53150 **
I have contacted 2 different Lexus dealers and received two other part #s for the B2S2 sensor: 89465-53120 & 89465-53190. I was also told that the part # above is not the correct one for B2S2.

Has anyone else had trouble with different part numbers?

Can someone that has never changed their y-pipe sensor look under their car and check out what part # is on there?

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^^ on my BFs IS, he had part # 89465-53150 in B2S1 and on the B2S2 he had part # 89465-53190 ....

anyhow, we switched to the megan headers and the B2S1 Got stripped so we put a plug in it instead since it couldnt go into the megan headers (bc its stripped) ...

Since ive been reading and reading about the part numbers and what I need... now im confused... he's had a CEL w/a blinking Trac light ever since... I think the CEL was a p0051 which was relating to B2S1 (the one that isnt plugged in) ...

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p0057 H02S Heater Control Circuit Low (Bank2 Sensor 2)

What do i need to do to fix this? Please help I cannot pass inspections.
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^^ on my BFs IS, he had part # 89465-53150 in B2S1 and on the B2S2 he had part # 89465-53190 ....
Thank you.

What year is his? I believe that 01 was -53120, and with later years, the number became -53190, or vice versa. What I know is that -53150 is not the original one for y-pipe. It might physically fit and work, but it's not the correct length w/ harness.

I think the original post needs to be updated.

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