2006 nissan pathfinder catalytic converter bank 2




2006 nissan pathfinder catalytic converter bank 2

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  • The dealer tells me that P Code comes up and that the Bank 2 Catalytic Converter needs to be replaced. Question 1) Does Bank 2 refer to.

    Faulty Three-way Catalyst Converter Bank 2; Exhaust Tube; Intake Air Leaks; Faulty P NISSAN PATHFINDER · P NISSAN PATHFINDER.

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    db UTC #2. @barkster‌. Hold your horses WHY are you planning to replace both catalytic converters? Who told.

    2006 nissan pathfinder catalytic converter bank 2

    2006 nissan pathfinder catalytic converter bank 2

    The time now is Send a private message to smjsmj. I am thinking Actron maybe. Visit pyramid photo album. The manual says nothing about this.

    2006 nissan pathfinder catalytic converter bank 2

    2006 nissan pathfinder catalytic converter bank 2

    2006 nissan pathfinder catalytic converter bank 2

    2006 nissan pathfinder catalytic converter bank 2

    2006 nissan pathfinder catalytic converter bank 2

    The Nissan Path :: View topic - P bank 2 cat

    Group Buys Member Classifieds. My 05 pathfinder with 95k has the dreaded p code. I changed the after cat Ox sensor hoping it would fix the problem,but unfortunately,no joy. Should I replace the front one also? Anyone replace the front one and the code disaapered?

    Try replacing the catalytic coveter. Originally Posted by ntech. P last month and weeks later P planing in replace both front catalytic, starting to believe a factory defective be the cause Originally Posted by Nwpath. Side note, you can get the cats on eBay for cheap I had P fixed front sensor but miles now P Threw a code lean bank 2. I decided to fix myself since I have the CD manual. Which was a mistake. So it took awhile as I ran through a Lucas fuel treatment.

    2006 nissan pathfinder catalytic converter bank 2

    I then checked for intake vacuum leaks. Cleaned my MAF sensor. Checked all my wiring. So I replaced that and erased the light. The light then came back and I was frustrated. Checked it again and its a P bank 2 catalytic efficiency below threshold code.

    So I thought it might clear itself but it has not so far after several hundred miles. I did end up driving probably miles while trying to figure out the P code. Since the sensor was giving the ECM the wrong information, the ECM was adjusting the fueling as much as it could to compensate for the lean signal it was getting.

    2006 nissan pathfinder catalytic converter bank 2

    Which was a false lean condition not actually lean So it ran rich. I did unplug the battery negative on various occasions trying to get the base setting for my drive to work.. So that indicates physical rich. So here I am. The question is, will this condition clear up itself with more mileage? Or will I need a new converter? If I get a new converter, will an aftermarket such as thems listed on partsgeek serve the purpose or are those inferior quality?

    Maybe a fix such as that listed above would do me? I really am not that concerned as long as I can get it by emissions testing in 8 months or so. I plan to replace the bank 1 air fuel sensor on general principle. My gas mileage had dropped off quite a lot which was aggravating.

    Now with one new sensor it seems to be improving. Seems with these newer OBDII vehicles that in order to keep them meeting the requirements long term that you would have to replace the sensors on a regular basis. The manual says nothing about this. Of course, if you see your mileage drop off significant then probably a good sign somethings amiss.

    2006 nissan pathfinder catalytic converter bank 2

    And newer air fuel sensors would probably keep your cats in good health too me thinks. It seems to me it ain't like the old days where you had mechanical sets on your fueling and it just stayed that way and you drive on. These new POS vehicles have sensors on sensors and one reading off will cause the ECM to adjust which can then cause expensive failures to things like the cat.

    I have read about the fix listed above before, to get the O2 sensor recessed from the exhaust stream. And I have read about siliconing yes.. Not sure if that would work on these nissans. Any ideas or experiences would be appreciated. I am thinking Actron maybe. Quote message in reply? In order to be able to post messages on the Nissan Forum forums, you must first register. Please enter your desired user name, your email address and other required details in the form below.

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