theres 2 o2 wire 97-2001 integra model. one is located near the header, other is located on top of the cat. under the car
On the 1.8 engine, there are two: one located on the exhaust manifold - it has a wire/connector coming from it. one located just behind the catalytic converter beneath the car
O2 sensors are always located on the exhaust system.O2 sensors are always located on the exhaust system.
It is in the exhaust after the converter.
I have a 1999 Nissan maxmia, the check engine light came on and i went to get a check on it and the computer said, bad or weak o2 sensor, i was wonder where i was s it located at. how long do i have to ride on it
It is always located right after the manifold. It looks like a spark plug with a wire going to it.
There is 2 o2 sensors on 96 integra. 1 is after the headder and the 2nd one is at the end of the cat
It is on the exhaust manifold. If you look down at your exhaust manifold there should be one plug sticking out of it. That's the O2 sensor.
Right side of kickpanel
upstream sensor will be located before the cat downstream sensor will be located on the cat itself
The O2 sensor on most cars is somewhere between the air intake and the engine, it is an electrical component which has a wire/wires connected to it.
Emission parts contain a number of things such as; spark plugs/wire, O2 sensor, pcv valve, vapor canisters, MAP sensor idle control valve, etc
There are 2 o2 sensors One is in the exhaust manifold and has 1 wire off of it The other one is under the vehicle behind the catalytic converter It will have 4 wires coming iout of it The plug for the sensor is attached to the engine subframe behind the steering rack
its on the left side of the exhaust manifold it should have a wire leading to it
Usually only one wire there, but some are heated O2 sensors, that wire will have 12 volts while ignition is on.
The O2 sensors are located between the exhaust manifolds and the cat converter. They screw in to the head pipes. Those are also called upstream O2 sensors and in some vehicles they are also called air/fuel sensors. There are also downstream O2 sensors that are located after the catalytic converter.
There are two O2 sensors, one is located in the down pipe from the exhaust manifold and one is located after the cat. converter. The exception is for cars built for the California market, there are two before and two after the cat.
The upstream O2 sensor is mounted in the ehxaust manifold The downstream O2 sensor is mounted in the exhaust pipe after the catalytic converter
They are screewed into the exhaust system / PIPES. There about 3 to 4 inches long with an electric wire coming out of the end of them that unplugs.
On the 2.4 L the up stream O2 sensor is located in the exhaust manifold between the engine and the firewall. It has a single wire coming out of it. I believe it will be a purple wire. The down stream, heated O2 sesor is located under the car after the catalytic converter in the ehaust piping. It will have four wires coming from it.
There are 2 sensors. One in front of the catalytic converter and one behind it.
That is the O2 sensor in the pipe after the catalytic converter.
There are 2 sensors. The front sensor is located on exhaust manifold.Its electrical connector is located to the left of the cylinder head, above the transaxie.
They are round and about 3 to4 inches long with an electric wire in the end of them and there screewed into the exhaust pipe system.
The first O2 sensor is located under the hood in the exhaust. It is a simple matter of unplugging it and removing from the exhaust. The second O2 sensor is located under the car and the wire runs through the floor board and the connector is found under the carpet under the drivers seat. The drivers seat will have to be removed and the carpet pulled back to disconnect the O2 sensor wire. The car must then be jacked up the catalytic converter unbolted and pulled down to gain access to the O2 sensor.
what year is the dodge ram? 1999 dodge ram 1500 has the bank 1 o2 sensor located right after the catalytic converter