There are several things to check most of the time you will need to replace the catalitic converter, this is common enough that the dealer still stocks the parts, also the upstream and down stream sensors must be calibrated after you replace the cat. BE VERY CAREFUL not to confuse the o2 sensors when thay are removed,
The oxygen sensor on a 2000 Silhouette is mounted to the exhaust system. To replace it raise the vehicle and safely secure it. Make sure the engine is cold. The sensor is thread in to the exhaust pipe. Loosen the sensor and unplug it. Replace the sensor.
In 1990-1994 XJ6 the VCM Code 44 is the code for the O2 sensor, either rich or lean exhaust has been detected and is causing the code to trigger. It could indicate a bad O2 sensor.
Could be a diesel? If not then replace your oxygen sensor on your exhaust. A bad oxygen sensor causes the exhaust smoke to be dark in color.
The O2 sensor on a Honda Civic is found on the exhaust system. It will be mounted near the catalytic converter. Simply unscrew the sensor from the exhaust pipe and unplug it from the wire harness. Replace with a new unit.
Check for exhaust leaks, test oxygen sensor operation, replace the catalytic converter.Check for exhaust leaks, test oxygen sensor operation, replace the catalytic converter.
The O2 sensor is located on the exhaust system there might be more then one
Your O2 sensors have detected too much oxygen in the exhaust, clean the MAF sensor, a dirty one is the most probable cause. If you are using an aftermarket ( oiled ) air filter too much oil will foul the sensor.
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Sensor is in the exhaust usually near the exhaust manifold. V engines will have at least two and newer cars may have more than two. Once you get to the sensor replacement is unhooking the electrical connection and unscrewing the sensor. You then screw in new sensor and reconnect.
Exhaust Gas Recirculation Sensor "A" Circuit High. Replace Sensor The sensor is part of the egr valve. Replace the valve.
All you have to do is look at your exhaust manifold there is a sensor screwed into your manifold ,that is plugged into a connector on the left side of motor unsrew the sensor and unplug the sensor wire and that is all you do and replace with a new sensor really simple fix
Losen the exhaust cross over and take off temp sensor
Just unplug the electrical connector and then unscrew the oxygen sensor out of the exhaust pipe.
The upstream o/2 sensor is located in the exhaust system between the exhaust manifold and the catalytic converter. Some vehicles will have 2 upstream sensors (i.e. 1999 Chevy astro 4.3l engine has sensor for left exhaust manifold and another for right exhaust manifold). I am trying to find out for sure if you have to replace both when one goes bad. Bosch says both must be replaced!!!??? Oh yeah it(they)are easy enough to replace if you can see it (them).
Fail safe engine mode on a 2002 Jaguar means that vital sensor has failed or a major error has been detected. It allows the engine to continue running in a minimal state while the computer guesses the correct sensor values.
Replace the upstream O2 sensor which is on the exhaust manifold
the upstream O2 sensor is directly below thethe exhaust manifold flanges, above the catalytic converter. The downstream O2 sensor is in the exhaust pipe. Disconnect the electrical connectors and screw it out
Replace the camshaft sensor
Cut the wire, unscrew the old oxygen sensor then replace it with the new one and finally, connect the new wire, making certain that you follow the manufacturers wiring diagram. To find the oxygen sensor, look at the exhaust manifold, then follow it down to where the manifold feeds into the headpipe. The oxygen sensor is the part that screws into the exhaust and has a wire connected to it.
Bank 2 sensor 1, O2 sensor heater circuit malfunction. If the wiring and the electrical connection to the B2 S1 sensor looks okay, replace the O2 sensor. The B2 S1 O2 sensor is on the passenger side exhaust pipe directly after the exhaust manifold.
The heated O2 sensor located on the exhaust header pipe directly after the exhaust manifold on the passenger side of the engine is probably bad, replace it.
Nop,, you dont need to replace the exhaust,,, they are separate parts,,, they are most like the engine and the spark plugs,, they work toghether but are not the same piece,,, Jesus S.
Yes, one O2 sensor and it's on the exhaust manifold. It has two nuts that hold it on and has a connector which unplugs to replace it.
You have 2 sensors. The pre-converter O2 senser is located in the exhaust manifod ahead of the catalytic converter. The post-converter O2 sensor is located in the exhaust pipe after the catalytic converter. * Let the exhaust system cool. * Raise and secure the vehicle. * Disconnect the electrical connector from the sensor * Using a suitable wrench or special oxygen sensor socket, unscrew the sensor from the exhaust manifold or exhaust pipe. * Use some anti-seize compound on the threads of the sensor so that you can easily change them in the future. * Install the sensor and tighten. * Reconnect the electrical connector for the sensor and lower the vehicle
Code 11 means no camshaft position sensor signal detected during engine crankingFix : Replace the camshaft sensor