There are usually two separate speeds sensors on a 1998 Dodge Ram. One is located on the rear of the automatic and one is located on the front of the automatic.
2, Before & after the catalytic converter.
1995-1999 3.9L, 5.2L, and 5.9L Dodge Ram 1500 has two O2 sensors. One upstream (before cat) and one downstream (after cat).
It has four oxygen sensors.
The 5.2L has two oxygen sensors.
You can not bypass it. The oxygen sensors are required for a proper running engine.
There are no external airbag sensors on a 2001 Ram.There are no external airbag sensors on a 2001 Ram.
THERE ARE 2
The sensors on the valve body (inside the trans) are different. You will need to switch them.
A 1998 Dodge Ram does not have EGR.
It has four.It has four.
It has two.
No. The control solenoid and sensors are not the same.
No, among other differences, the 1998 has two oxygen sensors while the 1994 has one. Also the 1998 computer controls the electronic governor in the trans.
There wasn't a 1998 Dodge Ram 1500 diesel.