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Old 02-24-2011, 02:58 PM
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Default OBD II Code - P1647

I have a 2002 XJ Sport. The check engine light came on and I got a P1647 on my code reader. I searched the internet and came up with "P1647 Linear O2 Sensor Control Chip (Bank 2)". Is Bank 2 the driver's side or the passenger? Is this code for the front (upstream?) or rear (downstream?) sensor?
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The P1647 reports that the heater has failed in the left bank upstream 02 sensor. Common issue in older, high mileage cars, just replace but can be a real trial in getting to it.
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Thanks for the help. When you refer to the left bank, is that the driver's side?
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In the US it is. When you are discussing a British made car you have to be very specific when identifying 'driver side'.
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Good point - I didn't think of that. Thanks for your help.
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When you are discussing a British made car you have to be very specific when identifying 'driver side'.
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