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Old 04/01/2011, 05:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How to replace Bank 1 Sensor 2?

Car: 2000 Fed Spec gs

So I had the P0141 Code (O2 Sensor Heater Circuit Malfunction (Bank 1, Sensor 2).
I know which 02 sensor it is, the one right behind the cat. When I had the car up to replace it, I noticed the wiring runs into the underside of the car.

Now I know how to do the other 02 sensors, but this one confuses me. Where does it end to plug in? Do i have to cut the wire and splice the new one in instead? Because I can't find the connector. Should I try pulling the grommet out?

I tried looking up the diagram on the online service manual, however the one section I think has the 02 sensor info is offline/not loading for me on this site:
Tearstone Performance - 2000-2002 Eclipse Service Manual

EDIT: okay it just took awhile to load but I'm still not finding any 02 sensor diagrams.

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The connector should be under the carpet of the front seat on the passenger side. It should be a cut in that carpet. That's how it is on a EVO VIII and IX.
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Alright thanks. I'll look at it tmw. Will I have to remove the seat?
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Alright thanks. I'll look at it tmw. Will I have to remove the seat?
Most likely so. I did on my EVO in part to have more space to work in.
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I removed the seat and all that was under there was the amp. I removed the amp since that was blocking access to lift the carpet flap up. There was no connector that I could see.

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I removed the seat and all that was under there was the amp. I removed the amp since that was blocking access to lift the carpet flap up. There was no connector that I could see.

Any other advice?
Then check the drivers side. It's under there somewhere.
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