2006 Toyota Sienna P0057 Oxygen Sensor

2006 Toyota Sienna P0057 Oxygen Sensor

Toyota Sienna On the 2006 Toyota Sienna,  the “Sensor 2’s” (aka “Downstream”) sensors are NOT A/F Sensors. They are “Heated Oxygen Sensors“. Only the “Sensor 1’s” (aka “upstream”) Sensors are A/F (Air/Fuel Ratio) Sensors. So… with the P0057, this is pointing to a fault with the internal heater for the Bank2 Sensor2 Oxygen Sensor. The on-board computer uses this internal heater to get the sensor to normal operating temps within a matter of seconds on cold starts. When it tries to activate the heater and sees no response, the P0057…

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2004 Chevy Venture P0131 Oxygen Sensor

2004 Chevy Venture P0131 Oxygen Sensor

Chevy Venture On the 2004 Chevy Venture, the P0131 is a very straight forward and common code on these vehicles. It’s pointing to a fault with the Oxygen Sensor for Bank1 Sensor1. The Oxygen Sensor is mounted to the exhaust manifold on the side of the engine closest to the windshield. Carefully inspect the electrical connector and as far up the wire harness as you can, looking for any loose, broken or damaged wires. If the visual inspection checks ok, replacing the Oxygen Sensor will solve the problem. Very common…

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2005 Hyundai Elantra P0030 Oxygen Sensor

2005 Hyundai Elantra P0030 Oxygen Sensor

Hyundai Elantra On the 2005 Hyundai Elantra, the P0030 is a fairly straight forward code pointing to a fault with the internal heater for the Oxygen Sensor for Bank 1 / Sensor 1. The on-board computer uses this internal heater to get the sensor to normal operating temps within a matter of seconds on cold starts. When it attempts to activate the heater and there is no repsonse, the P0030 is set. Carefully inspect the electrical connector and wire harness looking for any loose, broken or damaged wires. If the…

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1997 Ford Crown Victoria P0141 O2 Sensor

1997 Ford Crown Victoria P0141 O2 Sensor

Ford Crown Victoria On the 1997 Ford Crown Victoria, the P0141 is a fairly straight forward code pointing to a fault with the internal heater for the Oxygen Sensor for Bank1 Sensor2. The on-board computer uses this internal heater to get the sensor to normal operating temps within a matter of seconds on cold starts. When it does not see the heater respond, the code is set. Most commonly, this is simply the case of a faulty sensor, and replacement usually solves the problem. Make sure to give the electrical…

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