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|Connector Type:||Direct fit|
|Overall Length:||21.16 in|
|Thread Size:||P=44 mm|
|Wire Harness Length:||17.28 in|
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Comments about Denso Oxygen Sensor - Direct Fit:
Waiting to see if check engine light comes on for O2 sensor. New sensor installed over a week ago and so far so good.
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Q:Is this the Sensor for Bank 1 Sensor 2 ?
A:Hi Mark, glad to help you! This is a downstream sensor. To further assist with the part number 234-4215, please provide us with the year, make, model and engine size of your vehicle.
Q:Is this the part for Bank 2, Sensor 1 oxygen sensor for 2003 Highlander?
A:Hi Jeannette, glad to help you! This is an exact downstream sensor for your 2003 Toyota Highlander 3.0L. We do have an exact upstream sensor available online for your vehicle and the part number is 234-9009. Please enter your vehicle on our website and search for this part to check the fitment.
Q:is this bank 1 sensor 2 for a lexus rx 300 2002 (PO420 code)?
A:Hello J, I can help you with that. Bank 1 Sensor 2 is the downstream or post Catalytic Converter. You can try PN: 156-4222, 24567, ES20202 or 234-4215. These are all downstream O2 sensors. Hope this helps!
Q:Is this the sensor needed to replace bank 1 sensor 1 P1135 code on a 2002 Toyota Highlander?
A:P1135 is the A/F[Air- fuel] sensor Bank 1 Sensor 1. Unfortunately, it is the sensor on the back side of the motor, in the manifold against the firewall. DTC P-1135 indicates that the heater portion of the Air-Fuel sensor either has an open or a short. This unit is not repairable; so you will need to replace it. The vehicle IS drivable with this code stored, as the heater simply "heats" the sensor, bringing it up to its operating temperature (640 degrees F.)