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O2 sensor locations?

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Hey guys,

Recently had VF cats put into my VE as they were fkd but I'm still getting a p0175 fault which is rich fuel bank 2 I suspect o2 sensors.

I'm hoping to swap the O2 sensors to see if the fault changes to bank 1 and if so replace them.

Does anyone have pictures of locations for these bloody things?

Cheers.
 

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Hey guys,

Recently had VF cats put into my VE as they were fkd but I'm still getting a p0175 fault which is rich fuel bank 2 I suspect o2 sensors.

I'm hoping to swap the O2 sensors to see if the fault changes to bank 1 and if so replace them.

Does anyone have pictures of locations for these bloody things?

Cheers.
According to my information the P0175 code refers to
MAF dirty (clean with carby cleaner)
Injectors dirty (injector cleaner into tank)
Hey guys,

Recently had VF cats put into my VE as they were fkd but I'm still getting a p0175 fault which is rich fuel bank 2 I suspect o2 sensors.

I'm hoping to swap the O2 sensors to see if the fault changes to bank 1 and if so replace them.

Does anyone have pictures of locations for these bloody things?

Cheers.
Hi there,according to my source of information this could be either or all of these things wrong
1Dirty injectors (put injector cleaner into tank)
2MAF sensor dirty (clean with carby cleaner)
3Vacuum leak
 

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Looking at what I have, it says
P0175 Fuel Trim System Rich Bank 2 ECM DTC P0171, P0172, P0174, or P0175
 

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Hey, thanks all for the information i will give it a shot with everything.

According to my information the P0175 code refers to
MAF dirty (clean with carby cleaner)
Injectors dirty (injector cleaner into tank)

Hi there,according to my source of information this could be either or all of these things wrong
1Dirty injectors (put injector cleaner into tank)
2MAF sensor dirty (clean with carby cleaner)
3Vacuum leak
Pretty sure the MAF was cleaned last time i had it at the mechanics so that should good.

I'll get some injector cleaner today and pop that in see if it makes a difference, the alarm has been staying on alot longer then it normally does, most of the time it goes away our next drive but hasnt this time around.

If it was a vacuum leak what steps would be involved to find the leak?
 

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Just pulled the MAF, clean as a whistle...
The Airbox has a big crack in it though would this cause issues? Also noticed that inside the plastic "plenum" box and throttle body had some tacky residue on them, dont know if this is from previous attempts to clean MAF or not by mechanic.

I've added pics of both airbox and throttle body.
 

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