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Old May 5th, 2012, 11:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Check Engine P0051 Help Plz

So, my cars outputing the code P0051, which is a Low Circuit Heater Sensor on Bank 2 Sensor 1. Is there a picture diagram of where it is located? I have an 06 Eclipse GT. My possible solution was to check out the sensor of where it is location and either do it myself or have it done. Currently I checked the fuse and those looked good.
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you can do it yourself definitely. sensor 1 is the one that is located before the cats. not sure if its the front of the engine or the rear. but if you have a code reader and want to find it just disconnect the front sensor with the black plug. you should get a low voltage error code and which sensor it is. that way youll know which sensor and which bank you disconnected.
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we have a sticky on here with all the codes listed as well.
and you can find the Service Manual on here too, or on Tearstone Performance - Home, that really helps for any DIY'er out there...
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P0051 Cylinder 2, 3 heated oxygen sensor heater (front) control circuit low.
This is coming from the service repair manual
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thanks! I'll give it a go, hopefully I can fix this.
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so, I didn't want to open a new post, I got this code today. I clear it,but it comes after I restart the car. I know we have a recall for the catalytic converters but is P0051 related to it? Or can it be because of a bad oxygen sensor? Any ideas?
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Ok, for future reference, you change the bank 2 sensor 1 and you are good...
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So, my cars outputing the code P0051, which is a Low Circuit Heater Sensor on Bank 2 Sensor 1. Is there a picture diagram of where it is located? I have an 06 Eclipse GT. My possible solution was to check out the sensor of where it is location and either do it myself or have it done. Currently I checked the fuse and those looked good.
Hi, can you tell me where the fuse is located for the bank2 sensor1?
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Ok, for future reference, you change the bank 2 sensor 1 and you are good...
Did you have to take off the heat shield to get to the sensor?
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