This is a job for a professional and not a DIYer. Serious injury can occur when working with the SRS. If you are replacing them then they must have deployed. Therefore the sensors may need replacing. Take it to a Pro.
That all depends what sensors need replacing
there are 2 sensors #2 and 2 sensors #1
A 1988 Jeep Cherokee has one oxygen sensor.
there are sensors all over the car you need to be more specific
A 49 state emission engine has 2 sensors, a California state emissions systems has 4 sensors.
It depends on which 'sensor' you are replacing. The crankshaft positioning sensor is on the lower left side of the engine, behind the oil filter. The CPS attaches to the bell housing. Search youtube for videos on replacing this particular sensor. Other videos may assist with other sensors.
some are yes but the sensors have different connections
its in the same place it was a month ago...
There is no egr. There are teo O2 sensors instead.
There are two.
It has 4 total.
Defective new sensors, shorted wire, defective computer
you cant need to do sencors to sorry
Reset it with an OBD2 scan tool. If it came on after replacing the sensors you may have another problem. Reset it and see if it comes back on.
1st there are no air bag sensors.there are impact sensors located on the front by the core support for the radiator. and 2nd why are you looking for the sensors? will be able to help with more information.
You can not reset your oxygen sensors. You can only replace them. To reset the check engine light you will have to get that done by a repair shop with a computor. If replacing the sensors does not repair the problem then check for a vacuum leak.
there are 2 one before the catalytic converter and one after
2 or 4 depending on emisions package.
Working on the SRS is extremely dangerous. Serious injury can occur or you may disable the system all together. For this reason, I never recommend this as a DIY repair. If the air bag has deployed then some of the sensors may also need replacing. Take it to a professional for any repair of the SRS.
Jeep doesn't use mass air flow sensors.