One is on the downpipe (right below the exhaust manifold) and the other is right after the Catalytic Converter, and they are expensive
The o2 sensors are really not that expensive. The one that is located by the header is only $20.00 at either advance auto, or napa. The other one by the catalytic converter is only $60 to $70. If you think that is expensive then your not looking in the right stores. That is cheap compared to other parts that is normally replaced after so long.
When mine quit working, it was a sensor(s) in the steering wheel itself that had gone out. It started out by not working on one side of the sterring wheel, but would on the other....and the locations would change around until it completely went out in about a week. Being my car was still under warranty when it happened, the dealership replaced the sensors for free. They had to tear open the sterring wheel to do it.
I too would like to know this. I have been told that it can be caused by a shift sensor in transmission. I have also been told that there are 3 different sensors in this particular transmission. I'm not sure of the locations of the sensors either. Whether they are in the outer body of transmission or internal.
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