Passenger side is #1,2,3,4 from front of car to rear. Driver side is #5,6,7,8.
Bank one sensor two would be passenger side, rear sensor.
Thanks for the input, but these are the answers I have googled previously, but what spurred my post was my understanding of this. I don't really want a 'it's like this, so do this' kind of reply... I want to understand and learn from this.
Can you please read my OP and help address the logic in it?
EricTheCarGuy, for example, states the #1 cylinder is furthest forward, which on this engine, would put bank 1 on drivers side. I have read other websites which also state that the #1 cylinder is furthest forward, again, on this car, putting it in drivers side.
Warrior is correct on the nomenclature. The sensors are the same as far as fitting and "basic" function. However, some sensors have a built-in heater and therefore have different internal wiring and plug. And I believe the heated sensors are more expensive than the non-heated ones.
Thanks for replying about the second part of my message Travis98146!
Putting all materials, physical attributes and addition features aside (such as heating), as far as OBD engine codes go, would the computer throw an error (or would an error continue to show) if I place an upstream sensor in the downsteam port? or would this depend on brand? I.e. would the data sent to the computer be the same?