There are 4 total. 2 upstream and 2 down stream... both front ones are before cats and rears are after cats. front drivers side is very easy to spot on left side very visible rear is farther back a bit ways past the cat the passengers side front is approx 2ft. fast where the exhaust manifold ends sitting up on top of the exhaust pipe inches before the cat and the rear one is located same position up ontop of the pipe only 2 inches after the cat. the right ones are there but harder to find, they attach in there harness way up on the side of the tranny, one has a green clip/harness and the other has a blue clip/harness... they are there, youd swear they werent but all 4 are there all toward the front half of the vehical just need to look up ontop of the pipes to see them, the harness are a pain to get to on the pass side sensors, good luck!
the two upstream sensors are located prior to the catalytic converter. One under the drivers door and on the right exhaust next to the base of the transmission. The other on the left exaust under the passenger front wheel well. Downstream sensors are after the catalytic converters
The only o2 sensors are on the passenger side on this year Ram.The only o2 sensors are on the passenger side on this year Ram.
there are several sensor, you can go to autozone.com and find out where they are
( 2 sensors ) - # 6 fuse - 15 amp - HEGO sensors ( in the fuse panel in the drivers end of the dash )
The O2 sensor on any vechicle will be located on the exhaust manifold.
Under the drivers seat.
there are five sensors on a Honda civic intake three are on the passenger side top the others are on the middle and drivers side of the bottom
Oxygen sensors are located in the exhaust manifolds & in front pipes, should have 4
As far as I know , the ( 2 ) oxygen sensors on a 1995 Ford Explorer are right in the outlets of the exhaust manifolds on both sides of the engine so they are both before the catalytic converter Bank 1 is the passenger side of the engine Bank 2 is the drivers side of the engine In a Ford Explorer
The 1995 Chevrolet Monte Carlo cooling fan sensors are located on the firewall, in the engine compartment. The cooling fan sensors will be on the passenger side of the firewall.
On a Ford Expedition : Bank 1 , Sensor 2 ( downstream ) is the sensor for the passenger side of the engine Bank 2 , Sensor 2 ( downstream ) is the sensor for the drivers side of the engine So in short the answer is from the ( drivers seat )
there is no cable you have speed sensors located in the tail shaft of the transmission
on the exhaust y-pipe there is one on each side of the engine
Inside the pan, passenger side of the valve body.
Passenger ===================================================== Actually , bank 2 is the drivers side of the engine in a Mercury Mountaineer
Oxygen sensors are located on the exhaust system. This one is on the exhaust manifold. The only oxygen sensors are on the passenger side on this year Ram.
front and back of the topofmotor passenger side ........ and on cats
there are 4 sensors. 2 pre cat sensors and 2 post cat sensors. the pre cat sensors (both) are located in the overhead engine compartment towards the passenger side. the post cat converter's are located underneath and to the mid section of the engine and a pain to get to. hope this helps.
there should only be 1,located on the drivers side of the engine
AnswerThere are three O2 Sensors on my 1999 Cougar. Two are located just before the Y-Pipe and are both wired to the drivers side of the Y-Pipe. The other is located just after the Catalyic Converter.Easy to change.
Ford did not start using knock sensors on the Ford Explorer engines until 1996, when they switched to the EEC-V system.
There is a total of 4 oxygen sensors the 2 upstream sensors are located right below the exhaust manifold flanges and above the upstream catalytic converter.The 2 downstream sensors is located in the exhaust pipe,right behind the upstream catalyst,and ahead of the main catalyst.
That would depend on what year of Ford Explorer and which engine you have ( my 1995 Ford Explorer with the 4.0 liter OHV , V6 engine has ( 2 oxygen sensors )
They are on either side of the catalytic converter, passenger side of the vehicle.
Bank 1 is on the passenger side. Bank 2 is on the drivers side. The O2 sensors are screwed into the exhaust system. Follow the exhaust manifold rearward and you will find the O2 sensors.