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Kminev: Yes, it appears that Autozone is wrong; and I found the same wrong information on the internet. The fact that you already replaced the two "Bank 1" sensors w/o fixing your problem supports that conclusion. Csaxon is correct - your codes indicate Bank 2 Sensor 1, which is the one in his picture. If you want to try and confirm this, call your Toyota dealer service department, give them the codes, and ask them what they mean.
If you want to go to the trouble, and you still have the old parts, you could take the new sensors out, return them to Autozone, tell them they did not fix your problem, and get your money back. Then get the sensor to replace Bank 2 Sensor 1 at the front of the engine.
Good luck, and let us know when you finally resolve this.