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Old 07-13-2009, 09:25 AM
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Smile ho2 sensorbank 2 downstream 2/2 location ???

Hi could anybody point me in the right direction of the location of the this sensor?

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DTC p0057
FAULT:- HO2 Sensor heater control circuit low resistance bank 2, downstream (2/2)

any pictures would be a great help as to the location ,i find it easier if ive got something to look for

also ive heared that getting non jaguar replacement parts is not a great idea for this type of sensor?
has anyone got any info on this
cheers martin
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Old 07-13-2009, 06:31 PM
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smartmart, it will be located underneath the car. What you will need to do it to raise the vehicle high enough that you can slide under the vehicle. Now, with the engine above you, find the exhaust manifold coming down along the firewall (the other is up against the radiator). You will see a canister on this pipe. On the side of this canister you will see the O2 sensor. This is the sensor that you are after.

Before you replace this sensor, take a look at the wiring. This sensor does not normally fail. Normally the wiring comes in contact with the exhaust system and it shorts out that way, giving the computer a false signal. if the wiring looks good, then the sensor did fail.

if you need more help, just hollar.
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Old 08-01-2009, 06:21 AM
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hey thermo

thanks for the info

just got round to soring it .
turns out it was the sensor so i purchased a new one followed your instructions and job done.

many thanks for the info (sorry for the late reply )

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Old 08-01-2009, 08:37 AM
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Martin, not a problem. I know we can't always get all the time we want with our vehicles (something about the wife and kids wanting to see us, he he he he). The big thing is that the problem is fixed. Enjoy driving your kitty.
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Old 08-02-2009, 10:17 AM
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Hi Guys sorry to jump in another persons thread but i have a similar issue (P1647 code), which i believe to be a sensor failure on bank 2 sensor 1(pre cat ?). Can anyone help me find this and like smartmart if a pic is available even better ? Why doesn't anyone make a Jaguar manual.. So frustrating lol
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Old 08-02-2009, 11:57 AM
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Richie, look on e-bay. There are JTIS CD's on there all the time and they will normally have a lot of the diagrams you are looking for. You just have to make sure that the CD that is available covers your vehicle. I spent like $10 for the one I have and has more than paid for itself.

As far as your sensor location, bank 2 is the radiator side of the motor. So, what you will need to do is to remove the air box (both halves). From there, the sensor will be right there. You will see it mounted on the exhaust manifold.

Hope this helps.
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Old 10-03-2009, 03:30 PM
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Hi guys,

I have both of the problems described in this thread P0057 (bank 2, sensor 2) & P1647 (Linear Oxygen Sensor Control Chip Bank 2) plus a bonus of ABS light (went on immediately after replacing of brake discs, pads & control arms with bush-hub carriers & roll bar bushes in the rear). However there is no fault showing in connection with ABS light.
My question is do I replace BOTH (1&2) oxygen sensors in bank 2 or just one 2/2? And can the ABS light be connected to the sensor problem or is this something else...?
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Old 10-03-2009, 04:13 PM
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Sean, I would change just the one sensor and call it good. No need in spending hte extra money on a part that isn't bad.

As for the ABS issue, I would venture to guess that you bumped something when you did the brake job and is unrelated to the O2 sensor issue. I would first do a quick look at the wiring associated with the wheel speed sensor on each wheel. After that, you will need to remove the speed sensors for each of the rear wheels and make sure that the metal ring is still in 1 piece (look in the whole where the sensor was and should see a bunch of metal gear teeth there). If you don't see the teeth, then you have a bad wheel ring and it needs to be replaced. A common problem with our cars is that this ring will deteriorate and will break into a few pieces, causing the sensor to not be able to pick up the wheel speed, leading to the fault.
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Hi Thermo,

Thanks for such a quick response.
1) O2. I have replaced 2/2 sensor and the fault P0057 is gone; however P1647 (Linear Oxygen Sensor Control Chip Bank 2) is still on. I cleared the fault but it comes back up again after some time of driving. Do I also need to replace bank 2 sensor 1?
2) ABS. I also checked the ABS wiring and it's all fine. Also removed speed sensor and didn't see any metal gear teeth so removed the whole thing, opened it but there was no wheel ring at all, even damaged one. Removed speed sensors from all other 3 wheels and couldn't see any metal gear teeth either. Any ideas...?
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Old 10-06-2009, 03:15 PM
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Sean, I am not sure where you got the "linear Oxygen Sensor Control Chip Bank 2" statement for P1647, but according to the JTIS CD, the P1647 code is for a bad bank 2 upstream sensor. So, looking like you will need to replace that sensor too. If that doesn't fix it, then the other possible problem is the ECM. I would first check the wiring between the O2 sensor and the ECM just to make sure.

As for the speed sensor, you can do a quick check of the sensors by unbolting them from the car and then connecting a multimeter across the two terminals. Set the multimeter to the DC voltage scale. NOw, using a large screw driver or other piece of steel that is magnetic, pass it as close and fast as you can by the tip of the sensor (the part that sticks in the spindle). You should see the multimeter jump. If it jumps, the sensor is good, no jump, bad, replace the sensor.

after this, this might be one of those times where you will need to take the car to the dealership to have them read the codes. These codes can only be read using a higher end code reader (ie, one that can get into more than just the ECM). Some of the small repair shops may be able to read this for you too. But, you will need to ask if they can read the ABS codes specifically. Then once you get that code, let me know and we can go from there.
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Richie, look on e-bay. There are JTIS CD's on there all the time and they will normally have a lot of the diagrams you are looking for. You just have to make sure that the CD that is available covers your vehicle. I spent like $10 for the one I have and has more than paid for itself.

As far as your sensor location, bank 2 is the radiator side of the motor. So, what you will need to do is to remove the air box (both halves). From there, the sensor will be right there. You will see it mounted on the exhaust manifold.

Hope this helps.
Thermo, I know that this post is a little old (2009), but i just read it and it helped me. I had a P0057 as well, and from your post was able to identify where the Bank 2 downstream sensor (2/2) was located and replaced it yesterday. The engine light is still on even after driving around for a few minutes. Will the light go off by itself, or do I need to have the codes reset in order for the the light to go off. thank you.
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