Let me guess you have a service engine soon light on and the computer is saying it's your Oxygen sensors. Oxygen sensers are normally located on the exhaust pipe, within 12 inches of the exhaust manifold, you will probably have to get underneath the van to see them. I think it's just emissions stuff nothing real important
There are two screwed into the exhaust pipe behind the engine.
In the exhaust pipe on the back of the engine.
Depending on the year and engine it may have 1, 2, or 4.
2, one before and one after the catalytic converter
Two, one before the catalytic converter and one after.
No, the connectors for the sensors are different
are you looking for a sensor or are you yring to locate all the sensors. they are located all over it just depends which one you are looking for
It is on the back exhaust manifold.
There are four total oxygen sensors. One before and one after the catalytic converter on each side of the engine.
They are on both sides of the catalytic converter.
There are two. One is before the catalytic converter and one after. You will find them screwed into the exhaust behind the engine.
There is one on each side of the catalytic converter.
before and after catalytic converter.
Its located in the exhaust pipe on rear of engine.
Oxygen sensors are located on the exhaust system. This one is on the exhaust manifold. The only oxygen sensors are on the passenger side on this year Ram.
It has four oxygen sensors.
The 5.2L has two oxygen sensors.
It would bolt in, but will not run. The tone rings for the camshaft and crankshaft position sensors are different.
Oxygen sensors don't have fuses. They either work completely or they don't, and it'll set the check engine light. They can only be replaced.
they used to be on the front wheels?
Under the front bumper.