Where are the O2 sensors in a 98 Formula Firebird?
In the exhaust manifolds.
How many oxygen sensors are on a 98 Chevy C1500 with a V8 5.0L engine and where are the O2 sensors located?
The 1998 General Motors/Oldsmobile Cutlass came equipped with the 3100 V6. This vehicle has multiple O2 sensors located up and downstream of the catalytic converter. Removal and replacement of the O2 sensors requires first disconnected their wiring harnesses. Then they can be removed from the exhaust piping by a wrench. If the mileage is sufficiently high enough it is advisable to replace them altogether.
Will running a straight pipe on a 98 TJ wrangler effect the o2 sensors If yes can you eliminate the sensors and will it make your jeep run bad?
Removing the sensors will have an effect, and the engine will run poorly or not at all. If you staight pipe after the cat converter and leave the sensors, you will probably be ok. There are o2 sensor simulators available aftermarket, though I dont have experience with them. Removing the cat may cause problems with emmissions inspections as well. If you do remove the sensors, and it runs ok, you will probably lose gas mileage…
There are 2 or 3 oxygen sensors in your exhaust. "Upstream" sensors are located between the exhaust manifolds (headers) and the catalytic converter (usually located on the mid-pipe); "downstream" sensors are located after the catalytic converters. On V6 Mustangs there can either be one or two upstream sensors and usually only one downstream sensor.
All Maximas are 6 cyl. Most have one O2 sensor for each bank located on the exhaust manifold. Many have a 3rd sensor after the Catalytic convertor. This one often goes first. 89-94 Maximas have one. 95-98 have three, two fronts B1 and B2 and one rear. 99 and 00-03 have four, B1 and B2 front and rear. 04 and up have 2 air fuel ratio sensors and 2 rear 02 sensors. Click here (the…