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Old 02-09-2011, 04:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 05 Verona EGR and O2 Sensors

I'm new to the board and like most of you with a verona have had so many problems with this car from the beginning it's not even funny. So today I had my codes run for about the millionth time. So it has 8 codes. Most are related to the EGR which I am gonna order the part and replace it. I'm pretty sure I've located it and doesn't seem to be in a hard spot to change it out. Any tricks I need to know with replacing it? So now it comes to the O2 sensors. I have read most of the posts on her about replacing them. I was hoping if maybe someone could dumb it down for me a bit. It seems like some people saying what bank is on what side and then another says the opposite. I need to replace bank2 sensor1. Is that driver side or passenger side? Also I seemed to have found one that is higher and another lower, which one is one and which one is two? I was also curious if it was different that I have the inline 6 since mine is the verona s not the ls or ex that everyone else seems to have.
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