a Dodge 1500 has 1 o2 senser but a 4x4 has 2 one post and a pre o2 senser but only one exaust pipe and an hd truck has 2 one for each pipes and 2 cat converters for each pipe
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).
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.
It has two oxygen sensors. One at the front of the catalytic converter and one after it.
You can not bypass it. The oxygen sensors are required for a proper running engine.
The sensors on the valve body (inside the trans) are different. You will need to switch them.
2, one before and one after the catalytic converter
There are two. One immediatly before the catalytic converter and one after.
There is no such thing as an oxygen speed sensor.
There are 2. one on each side of the catalytic converter.
There wasn't a 1998 Dodge Ram 1500 diesel.
yes but will run a little rough
this truck has 2 -o2 sensors.cheapest thing to do is to drive it to auto zone and let them scan codes for free before costly replacement. good luck J.R.
in the exhaust pipe, one in front and one behind the catalytic converter
There is one in front, and one behind the catalytic converter on the passenger side.
No, the 1994 has a hydraulic governer. The 1998 has a electrical governer.
the auto parts dealer said that it was 4 oxygen sensors on that car.the 1998 Lincoln continetal
yes a 15 inch wheel WILL FIT a 1998 dodge ram 1500
Yes they will bolt up.
The oxygen sensors on a 1998 Chevrolet S10 are changed by disconnecting the lead wire and unscrewing them from the exhaust manifold. New sensors are then screwed into place and the wires reattached.