You can find them in the exhaust pipe. Depending on engine size you might have anywhere from 2 to 4 oxygen sensors.
Upstream Oxygen Sensor heater performance. That will be the first oxygen sensor in the exhaust pipe ( closest to the engine ) on the passenger side head. You need to check the wireing connector that hooks to the oxygen sensor for a broken wire are bad connection. If you find no problems, then replace oxygen sensor.
Have you check the manifold? There should be one at the manifold and one at the catalyc! Hope you find it!
Find your Sensor, un-screw it 7/8 the wrench usually. Un-hook the electrical cable. Screw in the new Sensor then hook up the electrical cable...
The 1988 Toyota oxygen sensor is located on the air cleaner housing. You will find the sensor, on the back side of the housing.
follow the exhaust vent from the engine, if it's anything like my 97 eclipse it should be a few feet from the bumper on the underside, not convenient but you should be able to reach it without blocks or a lift.
The upstream heated oxygen sensor is located ahead of the catalytic converter The downstream heated oxygen sensor is located behind the converter
Its on the side of the transmission right next to the oxygen sensor on the driver side near the front of the car
Its right on the exhaust manifold, if u look down from the top u should see the cable and be able to locate it. There is also a rear O2 sensor between the header and the catalytic converter.
it should be the bank facing the front of the car in the manifold. you should be able to find it right in front when open the hood
it has two that i can find
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To diagnose a bad sensor you need to hook it up to a code reader to read the stored trouble codes. Most auto parts stores will do this for free and tell you what sensor is bad and where it is located.
You can find it in the exhaust manifold. There is only one sensor over there. Sometimes the sensor is called oxygen sensor because on some Camry models at the same location the oxygen sensor is installed. Most of camries have oxygen sensor.
The bank 2 refers to the side of the engine opposite the number one cylinder, on your vehicle that is the drivers side. Sensor 1 will be the first oxygen sensor you come to in the exhaust pipe coming from the motor.
P0125 is about coolent temp. sensor the problem is not the coolent sensor. When you have lazy Oxygen sensor you get this code. It is sensor 1 but you need to find out which bank, the only way you can find this out by snapon scanner.
The 1991 Pontiac Grand Prix oxygen sensor is located on the outside of the air filter housing. You will find the sensor on the back side of the air filter housing.
Screwed into the exhaust system. Follow the exhaust system from the engine rearward and you will find the oxygen sensor or sensors if it if it has more than one.
You can find it in the cylinder head next to the oxygen sensor harness.
If you open the hood of your Honda Civic, most likely you will locate the oxygen sensor (O2) mounted in the exhaust manifold, above the exhaust pipe flange. On some models the exact location might vary, but you can always find the sensor by following the exhaust manifold and pipe. Depending on the year model of your Honda Civic, you may find a Primary Oxygen Sensor (PHO2) right before the catalytic converter and a Secondary Oxygen Sensor (SHO2) right after the catalytic.
Let me know if you find out. i am having trouble locting which one is 1 and which is 2... I was told i needed to replace the #1 oxygen sensor
the dealer or your local junkyard
The upstream O2 sensor is mounted in the ehxaust manifold The downstream O2 sensor is mounted in the exhaust pipe after the catalytic converter
Are there any videos that show the replacement on replacing camshaft sensor on 2001 chevy impala3.4. Cant find any on youtube, thanks
Locate the front wire on the distributer and follow. it will lead to the crankshaft position sensor.