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Which one is the cmp sensor, bank 2 on a 2008 gmc acadia?

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Which one is the cmp sensor b, bank 2 on a 2008 gmc acadia?
Submitted: 1 month ago.
Category: GMC
Expert:  Cary York replied 1 month ago.

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Which code are you getting?

Expert:  Cary York replied 1 month ago.

Bank 2 is the drivers side.

Expert:  Cary York replied 1 month ago.

Is it P0390?

Expert:  Cary York replied 1 month ago.

If it is P0390. Sensor B, Bank 2 is the front bank of the engine. Here is a diagram.

Expert:  Cary York replied 1 month ago.

It would be #4 in the diagram.

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Customer: replied 1 month ago.
it was that code
Expert:  Cary York replied 1 month ago.

Good. That is what I thought.

It would be #4 in the diagram.

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Customer: replied 1 month ago.
Oops in sorry it's actually code p0391
Customer: replied 1 month ago.
Mr. York are you there?
Expert:  Cary York replied 1 month ago.

P0390 and P0391 are codes for the same sensor. One is for an open circuit and the is for a shorted circuit.

Expert:  Cary York replied 1 month ago.

Either way it would be the same sensor. #4 in the diagram.

Customer: replied 1 month ago.
Thank you so much
Expert:  Cary York replied 1 month ago.

Yes and thank you.

Expert:  Cary York replied 1 month ago.

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