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Well im in a bind hopefully someone deserve to help. Im obtaining 2 various locations native shops on ar of bank 2 sensor 1 on mine 2005 chrysler 300 minimal (rwd) 3.5l v6. The code was po153. I understand its the front however is that passenger or drivers side? thanks in advance.
For the 3.5l, financial institution 1 is the weird numbered cylinders and also bank 2 is the even numbered cylinders. For her 3.5l (north-south orientation - rwd), bank 1 will be passenger side and bank 2 the driver side.
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FWIW, financial institution 1 O2 is always the financial institution #1 cylinder is on. This is an SAE standard and also is also part of the OBD-II demands on standardization. As long as you know which cylinder is #1, you room in great shape.

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