It mounts in the rear manifold at back of motor just after the 3 cylinders piping converges into the single outlet - there will be a silver cover on it and a wire (usually black that comes to a connector about 6 " away. You can use a wrench (about 1" size) or a specific tool to remove it. Do this with engine cold or the threads will risk being damaged. The new sensor comes with special beaded lubricant for thethreads on the O2 sensor. Be sure to use it BUT be careful not to get any on the sensor itself. The job can be bit aggravating but not too terribly difficult.
The speed sensor is not expensive and is easy to replace.
I should be just above the brake pedal where the shaft of the pedal pushes up against the switch. It should be easy to adjust or replace
You need to remove the serpentine belt and alternator in order to get the crank sensor; one 10mm bolt holds it. It is easy to replace.
The replacement of a MAF sensor will be different for vehicle models and brands. The MAF sensor bolts onto most engines, and is easy to change.
Is it easy to replace a throttle body in an 88 sentra? How do you clean a throttle body
easy take old one off replace with new one! simples no
Back by the fuel tank itself, look around and it is easy to get and replace
You have to first remove the transmission oil pan and the valve body. The Range sensor is relatively easy after that.
Assuming the oil level is ok but the oil light still comes on: The oil level sending unit or sensor needs to be replaced - not too expensive and relatively easy to replace,
is it hard to change the water pump on a 1992 Oldsmobile achieva. Yes, it is very hard to replace a water pump on an Achieva. When the pump died on my 1996 Achieva, the engine needed to be unbolted and removed to get to it. As I recall, it cost about $500. I have a 95 Olds Achieva 3.1 and the water pump was very easy to change. Mine is on the front passenger side of the engine. Very easy to get to, just be careful not to break any bolts off. lol
yes this will stop car from starting. a bad cam sensor will also stall engine at any speed.the sensor is easy to replace.
the speed sensor is located on top of the differential housin to replace this, remove wire harness fro sensor remove securing bolt from sensor pull old sensor out put new sensor in replace and tighten bolt hook up wire harness easy job huh
po343 is camshaft sensor 1 bad and po171 is bank1 sensor bad, in English po343 cam sensor is mounted on back of engine and hard to get to, the po171 is bank 1 o2 sensor easy to replace.
Your throttle valve switch (position sensor) is bad and need to be replaced.....this is located on the side of the throttle chamber. You can get this from Advance Auto for $60 and is easy to replace...
its in front of car in the exhaust manifold, u need a special socket to remove oxegyn sensor. fairly easy
You would have to replace the whole thing, it only about $30 its a locking pin that looks like a staple pull it out and it should come off....... easy do it your self
The O2 sensor is located in the exhaust manifold on the front of the engine. To change it you'll need a 7/8 box-end wrench. Just unplug the wire from the harness, unscrew the sensor and replace it. It's pretty easy.
under carrage of vehicle, just fwd of fuel tank. easy to find & replace
Hi well i am a Ex-Bmw tech. and a tech HAHA but there are 4 Oxygen sensor... there are 2 Pre sensor and 2 After sensor.. easy to see but sort of a Pain to replace. If its a E46 not a E36
The map sensor is easy to replace. It is right under the air cleaner I believe. # Remove the air cleaner. # Take out mounting screws. # Disconnect nipple hose and cable. # Reverse directions for new map sensor.
Go to AutoZone to borrow the tool and purchase a Bosch O2 sensor - the rep can identify the model number you need and show you on a diagram where the sensor is located under the car. The job is very easy and can be accomplished in an hour.
The sensor is located on top of the transmission, and should be easy to unscrew. It is recommended that you change both input and output at the same time.
Speed sensors are not user serviceable parts. The sensor needs to be replaced, and is usually either screwed in or bolted on making the replacement easy.