Bank 2-Sensor 1(oxygen sensor) location 2013 hilux 3.0L D4D

Bank 2-Sensor 1(oxygen sensor) location 2013 hilux 3.0L D4D

Postby suzukidave on Thu, 11 Jul 2019 6:12 +0000

Hi all,

I have a check engine light, with a P1052 code showing on my 2013 Hilux SR5 (1KD-FTV 3.0L diesel)
This code indicates high voltage on oxygen sensor bank 2 sensor 1.
This would confirm why the engine is rattling like crazy and won't run for more than a few seconds.
I'm actually a bit worried I've damaged it running for just a few minutes in this condition.
I want to locate the bank 2 sensor 1, unplug it, measure the voltage through the lead (with key on/engine off) to determine if it's a wiring problem or a faulty sensor.
Can anyone help me locate the sensor?

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Re: Bank 2-Sensor 1(oxygen sensor) location 2013 hilux 3.0L

Postby mitch_893 on Mon, 15 Jul 2019 3:56 +0000

Almost certain it does not have an o2 sensor.

It’s common for non genuine code readers to give the wrong description for a dtc.
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Re: Bank 2-Sensor 1(oxygen sensor) location 2013 hilux 3.0L

Postby TOYZX on Mon, 15 Jul 2019 4:33 +0000

Sounds like a code for a v6 petrol!

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Re: Bank 2-Sensor 1(oxygen sensor) location 2013 hilux 3.0L

Postby hiluxxury on Mon, 15 Jul 2019 4:59 +0000

Definitely no O2 sensor on the 1kd.

Have you done anything to the car lately?
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Re: Bank 2-Sensor 1(oxygen sensor) location 2013 hilux 3.0L

Postby suzukidave on Thu, 18 Jul 2019 8:07 +0000

Thanks for the replies, I think I have a lead on this problem now.
I scanned again with the engine actually running (yes I had been scanning with key on/engine off - doesn't give good results) and got a p0200 code.
Anyhow, I found another thread on here describing exactly the same rattle and rough idling and it turned out to be a fried injector driver that came about to due to voltage spike a clutch start.
I remembered that I had accidentally created a short across the battery terminals and blown the main 10amp fuse on the active lead from the battery - right before this problem started. It wouldn't be surprising if I had damaged something else in the process.
Now I'm looking for a way to test my injector driver. Any ideas on this?
Would be a lot easier with access to the Toyota repair manual. Haynes one doesn't cover this.
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Re: Bank 2-Sensor 1(oxygen sensor) location 2013 hilux 3.0L

Postby hiluxxury on Fri, 19 Jul 2019 5:52 +0000

Yeah mate, the P0200 error can point to a variety of things, including the wiring/connectors, the EDU (driving unit), the ECM (control module), one or more injectors, or a combination of these.

Some basic testing can be found here:
http://www.baileysdiesel.com/wp-content ... 200-97.pdf

I recommend consulting a good auto electrician, or a Toyota dealer. Once you know whats causing the problem, you can still decide to do the repair yourself.
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