one before the cat and one after
None in the muffler, one oxygen sensor before and one after the catalytic converter.
Mine is on the back of the engine block.. right above the drive axle , there is one there called crankshaft sensor and then right above it is the oil pressure sensor mine has one wire coming out of it...
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It's on the starter. It's all one piece.
You don't. This is one job that should be left to a professional.
there isn't one
It is one of three things.... 1. output speed sensor-$14.00 2. input speed sensor-$17.00 3.transmission control module- $175.00 I have one too, and it was doing the same thing. It took a while for me to figure it out.
Pull out the old one...remember how you did such. Put in the new one in reverse order.
Two, 1 one the bottom of the pump, and one outside and next to the tank
Two (2). One is before the catalytic converter and one is down stream (after it.)
Remove the reservoir, remove the old pump and install the new one.
right on the trans they are plug ins one is a speed sensor
At a shop, about $600.00 the ball joint is one piece on the control arm
Loosen the tensioner bolt (small one on the altenator. You will see or feel the belt getting loose if it the right one)
There are two. They are in the exhaust system. One is before and one is after the catalytic converter.
undo bolts , take off old one put on new one replace bolts tourque to 106.
to put a 1999 Plymouth breeze in timing you gotta put the top pully with the arrows up the top pully indicator is on the plastic you could also feel a groove on it . .. . and the bottom pully has it on the timmin wheel not on the bigger outer one . . match all arrows >< up Miami,Fl
Before cat on the left(driver) side if it has more than one upstream sensor.Before cat on the left(driver) side if it has more than one upstream sensor.
Not likely, as very few cars have an access panel. Honda for one does. Look and see.
There are two, one on each side of the catalytic converter in the exhaust pipe.
double check with a service manual, but you should be able to just drain it unbolt it replace the gasket and bolt on a new one
because you would get more of a breeze
could be one are two things... coolent temperature sensor which is found around your thermostat housing.... or fan relays found around battery in fuse box. could be two fuse boxes... a long fuse box and a smaller black box which on mine house the relays for fans.
there is more then one speed sensor i know there is one in the transmission and one around the front axles and one more not to sure where it could be