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Old 11-20-2011, 06:24 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Code P1283

my 2005 is getting a 0300 and p1283 code. According to the repair manual, the 1283 code is the a/f sensor 1 bank 2. When searching for parts they are always listed as upstream or downstream. Can one of you let me know which part I need. I think it is downstream.

I think changing that sensor should solve the problem. I was getting a P0302 and 1283 before and I changed out the coil on cylinder 2 and went ahead and changed all three front plugs since I am at 85K miles. The 0302 code is gone so that must have solved the problem and hopefully the new o2 sensor will clear the rest of the codes.

Thanks for you help!!!!

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Default Re: Code P1283

sensor 1 bank 2 means its the sensor on the front of the header closest to the radiator.

this should be the upstream o2
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Old 11-21-2011, 01:12 AM   Thread Starter #3
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Default Re: Code P1283

thanks Nizmo. I see it and it looks like I should be able to get to it with an oxygen sensor socket. Hopefully this will work without having to remove a bunch of things.
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Old 01-31-2012, 10:33 PM   #4
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Default Re: Code P1283

Did a search and found this thread....Just wanna confirm

I have a 2004 maxima with racingline pre cats and Y-pipe.....code popped up today whiles driving...scanned it and found P1283 code.....is changing the o2 sensor near the radiator still the solution to the problem
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Old 02-01-2012, 01:02 AM   #5
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Default Re: Code P1283

Or do I need to change part # 22693 SENSOR ASSY-AIR FUEL RATIO
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Old 02-03-2012, 05:45 PM   Thread Starter #6
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Default Re: Code P1283

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Or do I need to change part # 22693 SENSOR ASSY-AIR FUEL RATIO
I replaced the o2 sensor you are talking about and the code is gone. Had to take off the heat shield to get to the sensor but not that big of a deal. Was fairly easy to do. I got the sensor from Advance Auto Parts. I used the code CCABIN when chceking out and it took 30 bucks off or something like that. Not sure if that code still works though.
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Default Re: Code P1283

try resetting your a/f trim, see if that helps.
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