they have 2 o2 sensors on the muffler ELIA
were is the cooling temperature sensor located on my 96 Plymouth grand voyager
There are two screwed into the exhaust on the rear of the engine.
They are the two wire sensors that are screwed into the front of the transmission case. The input is closer to the engine.
The input and output speed sensors are the two wire sensors on the front of the transmission case. The input is closer to the engine.
According to my dealer, it should be changed at 150,000 km.
I had the same problem with my 96 Grand Voyager. When the transmission has a problem it will lock in first gear as not to leave you stranded in the middle of nowhere. There are electronics in the transmission and sensors that have detected a problem. I hate to say this but the transmission has to be rebuilt or changed.
should be right above the catalytic converter, on the exhaust manifold
There are two, one on each side of the catalytic converter.
Hollander interchange says no The sensor and switch plugs are different, and they use completely different style range sensors.