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Old 01-29-2009, 09:21 AM
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2002 Dodge Intrepid - Which side is Bank 1?

Good morning everyone!

My co-worker owns a 2002 Dodge Intrepid with the 2.7 liter V6. The engine is set up longitunal (not transverse), eventhough its front wheel drive. Code P0135 came up (02 sensor heater Bank 1 Sensor 1). I'm going to replace the sensor, but want to confirm which side is bank 1. I'm pretty sure its the driverside? I've only changed O2 sensors on 4 cylinder cars with 1 exhaust manifold/pipe and my 72 Lemans doesn't have that nonsense Thanks for your time, -Jason
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not familiar at all with what your doing, but to find which cylinder is # 1 , or which side has # 1 , just look down at the motor , see which cylinder ( or head) is the fartherest forward (toward the rad ) will be the first one or # 1
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Forgot to mention that! I was trying to see which cylinder was closest to the radiator but they have valve covers that line up exactly and its hard to see below them to the actual head. I'm pretty sure its driverside. thanks for the help!
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