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#83 of 116 Knock Sensor triggered, please help on highlander
Feb 12, 2010 (10:00 am)
I have this Toyota highlander manufacture 2004, it has just thrown out check engine light with the vsc and trac off light on, i quickly hock my scan tool to the dcl connector and draw the code which states, P0328 - Knock Sensor 1 circuit high input (bank 1 or single sensor).. i have tried to look out for this sensor on bank one of the engine block but i could not find where its located on the block, this is my first time of searching such things on toyotal but i have known knowledge of it location on vw cars, so i thought its possible to locate on Toyota cars, but i could not find it, so if someone could help me with detail step by step of directing and showing me where its located i will be grateful, as i am away that on many forum information read, that if such issue happened, the engine code must be solve first, and if its done, it could trigger off the vsc or trac off, so please help me locate here this KS sensor is on this single block engine..
#84 of 116 2003 Highlander o2 sensor
Mar 19, 2010 (10:15 am)
Can somone tell me where the oxgen sensor, Bank 2, sensor 1 is located on my 2003- V6 Highlander. I have a check engine light on and NAPA said thats what their computer says is the code.
#85 of 116 Re: 2003 Highlander o2 sensor [tom154]
Mar 20, 2010 (6:37 am)
Please see posts 4360 and 4362 in the Maintenance and Repair forum.
Bank 2 is the front bank, and the O2 sensor is screwed into the exhaust manifold, staring at you when you open the hood.
#86 of 116 Re: 2003 Highlander o2 sensor [jrfiero]
Mar 22, 2010 (6:14 am)
Great I appreciate that help
#87 of 116 Re: check engine light on [bikeman3]
Aug 14, 2010 (1:22 pm)
Similar to others, my check engine light has come on several times after an oil change. The cause was a lose vacuum hose. Most recently after the same problem, I was able to find the hose and reconnect, but i do not know how to reset the check engine light. Should it go off automatically or can i reset?
#88 of 116 Re: check engine light on [freddeee]
Aug 14, 2010 (3:21 pm)
freddeee as far as I know it will go out itself. A technician can reset it but will probably charge you. Ask at a local autozone store
#89 of 116 Re: check engine light on [bikeman3]
Aug 14, 2010 (5:56 pm)
Thanks for the advice. I will do that
#90 of 116 Highlander Engine Light 2005
Aug 14, 2010 (6:47 pm)
Highlander Maintenance Required Light is on
I received this message from a Good Man that I would like to say Thanks.
This is what he sent. It worked for me before, but this time, it is not working. I put synthetic oil in mine and don't need to change it as often and I still get the light. It has worked a couple of times for me but this time I am having a problem getting it to work.
I was able to reset by holding odometer button down while turning off ignition switch and turning ignition switch to on and watching dashing go from 5 to 0 and the maintenace odometer resetting to zero. The Light would go off. Let me know if it works for you.
#91 of 116 Check Engine light 03 Highlander o2 sensor causing
Mar 11, 2011 (7:03 am)
I replaced my front o2 sensor last year (amazon Bosch OE $114)and getting the check engine light on again this year. Very easy it was right there when I opened the hood. Napa said that its the same o2 sensor code. Do these sensors go bad or could it be something else causing it. I just had the spark plugs replaced yesterday (Dealership $197) after 131,000 miles thinking that would shut it off. No luck. Light went back on immediately after I re connected the battery and started the car up. Any idea what I should check next that may be causing this o2 code and my light to go on ?
#92 of 116 o2 sensor
Mar 13, 2011 (5:45 pm)
Can anyone tell me where my Bank 1 Sensor 1 O2 sensor is located on my 2003 Toyota Highlander.