Well, on my 1996 'trepid with the 3.3L, there are four sensors. [Note - My 3.3L is equipped with the California Emissions so it may be different] The upstream sensors are the same, but they differ from the downstream sensors. Considering that the catalytic converters for the 1995 and 1996 are the same, I would expect you to have the same number of sensors.
Yes, it could.
Bank 2 is the driver side.Bank 2 is the driver side.
Could be a sensor
If a transmission speed sensor fails, the transmission will default to second gear.
where is the oxygen sensor in a 1995 gmc jimmy
There is one screwed into each exhaust manifold.
The upstream oxygen sensor is mounted in the exhaust manifold The downstream oxygen sensor is mounted in the exhaust pipe after the catalytic converter
With an o2 sensor socket.
It is on the passenger side of the bell housing about half way up.
on the header
labor cost to change an oxygen sensor in a 1995 toyota avalon
The service department will put in a new oxygen sensor, with a 25% discount on parts if you are a Chrysler employee, for $102.**. The sensor, with the discout, is @ $95.