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    Thread: Obd2 Code - P0134

    1. Member Eddie2170's Avatar
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      11-02-2011 11:11 PM #1
      P0134 - 02 Sensor Circuit No Activity Detected (Bank I Sensor 1)

      Replace the 02 sensor & problem solved?
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      11-03-2011 09:22 AM #2
      The sensor is pretty expensive...

      So check the wires to it first. Cheaper to fix a wire than replace that expensive sensor.
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      11-03-2011 11:46 AM #3
      ok i got a bunch of different answers. i have the same code, and the reader from the dealer said its bank one sensor 2 no activity. and another reader a friend had said bank 1 sensor 2 no activity.

      and the guys at the dealer said its the front o2 sensor and then four seasons said its the back sensor. i'm sooooo confused

      either way, i replaced the rear one and engine light still comes back after 8-25miles driving
      i havent replaced the front one, but after taking both of the old ones out, they look fine. checked all the wiring and it looks fine.

      i'm hoping someone on here can give me a straight answer. bank 1 sensor 1 and bank 1 sensor 2
      i would think they would have labled the sensors seperately. like bank 1 should b the front o2 sensor and it has 6 wires in it, so sensor 1 sensor 2 sensor 3 sensor 4 sensor 5 sensor 6.
      and then for the back o2 its got 4 sensors so it would come up bank 2 sensor 1 sensor 2 sensor 3 sensor 4.

      gosh this sucks.
      anyone have a front or pre cat o2 sensor they can let me test on my car before i take position for the entry of a big black dildo and buy one
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      11-03-2011 01:31 PM #4
      Bank 1 Sensor 1 is the front sensor (Before the cat)
      Bank 1 Sensor 2 is the back sensor (After the cat)

      Most cars only have 2 sensors per bank.
      V-engine cars have 2 banks, Inline engines have 1 bank.

      Bank refers to left/right side exhaust. Since our car only has 1 "bank" and 1 cat, all O2 sensor codes will only be for Bank 1. And since we only have 2 sensors, you cna only get a Bank 1 Sensor 1 or Bank 1 Sensor 2 code.
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      11-03-2011 04:13 PM #5
      hes gunna get raped,,,,,

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      11-03-2011 10:42 PM #6
      check wires then if not replace sensor, got it thanks
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