My SR-5 has only one oxy sensor. It is located just forward of the Cat converter on the exhaust system. It has two metric nuts holding it in place The Bosch oxy sensor was $100 or so... At the same time I replaced my Cat converter and Muffler. The Cat had over-heated several times and ruined all of that stuff all in all pretty easy fix!
You have two oxygen sensors in Toyota Rav4, One before the catalytic converter and another after.
In the manifolds - sometimes difficult to get at.
The oxygen sensors on a 2004 Toyota Corolla are located within the exhaust manifold. They constantly monitor oxygen levels in the exhaust and allow the engine to make adjustments accordingly.
There are two of them.
Oxygen sensors on a 1989 Toyota SR5 and located near the catalytic converter. The sensors read the emissions from the vehicle so the ECU knows ho much fuel to run in the engine.
The oxygen sensors are in two spots on a 2005 Toyota Camry. They are on either side of the catalytic converter, which makes up part ofÊthe exhaust pipe.
The 2002 Toyota Camry XLE has four oxygen sensors. There are two sensors on the exhaust manifold ,and one before and one after the catalytic converter.
A Toyota 5vz-fe engine has two oxygen sensors. There is a higher and lower sensor which send air and fuel readings to the ECU so the engine can run properly.
3 sensors are on toyota altezza AT rs 200
4 all together
There are two(2) oxygen sensors on a GT-S. One sensor pre-cat and on post-cat
It depends on number of cylinders the engine has. 4 cylinder engine has 2 oxygen sensors. V6 has at least 3.
There are 3 oxygen sensors on this vehicle. Some of the Highlanders with California emissions have 2 fron Air/Fuel Ratio sensors and one rear Oxygen sensor.
inside the exhaust and by dissasembling and swapping it out
4 cylinder Camry has 2 oxygen sensors.
their is only one. It is in top of exhaust pipe
Two, one before the cat, one after.
It has 2 one for air in and one for air out
air fuel ratio sensors are in the exhaust-they are like oxygen sensors but work differently
I was told by the local AAMCO guy that when I went to Mexico with my 4Runner that the gas there possibly damaged my oxygen sensors.