Sorry but, you don't know this one. There are 3 one on each manifold and one on the top of the catalytic converter. There about $200 each at auto store. Find them cheaper online. There are two, one right before the catalytic converter and one right after. The computer compares the two, and adjusts fuel accordingly. The front one runs a little hotter and tends to need replacing more often. However, save yourself the headache and change them both at the same time. Heck, you're already dirty.
Dealership or any auto part store.
O2 sensors are located in manifolds and in the front pipes
The 2000 Grand did not use the 318. The O2 sensors are in the exhaust on either side of the catalytic onverter.
some are yes but the sensors have different connections
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there are 2 sensors #2 and 2 sensors #1
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IF the pressure is set correctly all you have to do is drive it for 15 minutes for it to update. If it doesn't update one of hte sensors may be bad and you will have to take in for service.
there are sensors all over the car you need to be more specific
There wasn't a 2003 Cherokee. The last Cherokee was 2000.
No, too many were produced and it is not a limited production vehicle like the 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee 5.9 or the SRT.
There is no egr. There are teo O2 sensors instead.
There are two.
It has 4 total.
in the exaust system just follow the pipes until you find find a cylindrical metal object sticking out with wires coming out of it
There is no such thing as a 2004 Cherokee....if you mean GRAND CHEROKEE then I don't know
If same engine and transmission models, yes.
A 49 state emission engine has 2 sensors, a California state emissions systems has 4 sensors.