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| Mine also.It was intermittant but one day it stayed shorted. Then I could finally start looking for the problem. First I disconnected two of the O2 sensors, I was tired of laying under it after that and still had the short. Next I started tracing wires. I started under the hood. On the pass side rear of the engine, one of the pink wires going under the van, was the one shorted. I haven't crawled back under to figure out where it goes. Probably the O2 sensor on the other side. It could be the wire shorting out also. Any way, I have the wire cut now and it does not blow the fuse. I also have at least two 02 sensors un hooked. At least I can drive it now. |
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Brian, I have exact the same problem, can you please exact tell me what you did to get the car running???
|Hi all, I have been trying to find the location of and difficulty level in replacing the O2 sensor. I believe I have a bad Bank 2 sensor 1 O2. |
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