Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by artcorolla, Oct 10, 2018.
hi! I need help locating my 06 corolla oxygen sensor2 fuse location? Pls help thanks
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I have never seen a fuse for an oxygen sensor on any of the vehicles I've owned. If there is one, it should be referenced in your owners manual.
I went to the shop and told me to look for the fuse. Cause i changed the o2 sensor twice and the after few minutes running the car the service light goes on again.
I don't know what codes your seeing, but there are 2 oxygen sensors (upstream & downstream). Are you sure you replaced the correct one?
Upstream (bank 1/sensor 1): on the Exhaust manifold. Downstream (bank 2/sensor 1): near Catalytic converter. Have you had the ECM recall done?
This is the code that I’ve got
Typo in my last post. Should be Downstream (bank 1/sensor 2): near Catalytic converter. Which one did you replace?
If you replaced the one near the catalytic converter, disconnect your battery for 5 minutes to clear the code.
The last one after the catalytic converter.
Let me know how to fix this problem I need my car to get smog. Thank you for your help.
Thats what I did took the bat terminal before replacing the sensor. I goes out for fre minutes then came back.
My 09 Corolla has the same problem with the "check engine" light coming on, as well as the traction control flashing on and off. I have change the Bank1 sensor 1 unit three times, as well as the bank2 sensor 2 downstream unit, still pops on lights 20 seconds after clearing code with OBD2 reader. Is this the ECM, and is there a recall for this problem? Read that there is a fuse for this system, but where in the fuse block? Does not affect operation of the engine at any time.
I found the fuse box under the dashboard but cannot figure which one is the ecm fuse.
I replace all of the fuses and have the same problem. I hope someone from Toyota guys can help us.
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