Follow the exhaust off the back of the motor and on the exhaust pipe it is the first sensor you come too.
In the exhaust pipe.
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You can replace an exhaust clamp with a new one.
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its part of the exhaust system
It should be 2 in
A 1994 Grand Marquis came from the factory with 190 horsepower (if equipped with only a single exhaust setup) or 210 (if equipped with a dual exhaust setup).
Loss of coolant with no apparent leak, white smoke from the exhaust, especially at startup. Oil level overfull, with a white froth on the underside of the oil fill cap. Air bubbles escaping from the radiator with cap off engine running.
In the exhaust pipe just past where it connects to the exhaust manifold. This will be at the back of the engine.
200 hp for single exhaust 275 tq ,same for either, 225hp dual exhaust
i think its bad catalytic
Im the exhaust pipe.
In the exhaust pipe, near the engine.
It is threaded into the rear exhaust manifold.It is threaded into the rear exhaust manifold.
There are a few symptoms when a car has a bad cam sensor. A few of these are sputtering, poor acceleration, and the engine stalling.
For a ( 2002 ) Mercury Grand Marquis : 220 horsepower ( 235 horsepower with dual exhaust )
Ask your local plumber for some of his scrap copper. Trust me, it makes great exhaust.
Yes , it is a V8 engine , so it has 2 exhaust manifolds , 1 on each side of the engine
Front of the engine, just below the exhaust manifold.Front of the engine, just below the exhaust manifold.
The o2 sensors on the 2002 Pontiac Grand Am GT are found screwed into the exhaust pipe. There are 2 of these on the 2002 Grand Am GT.
on the back of the block by the exhaust manifold