BANK 2 IS THE SENSOR LOCATED UNDER THE PASSENGER SIDE UNDER THE CHASSIS AFTER THE CATYLIC CONVERTER IT SREWED TO THE EXAUST PIPE THIS LINCOLNS HAVE A TOTAL OF FOUR OXYGEN SENSORS TO ON THE DRIVERS SIDE AND TO ON THE PASSENGER SIDE ON THE EXAUST PIPE Y CATYLIC CONVERTERS
There are actually (4) O2 sensors on your truck. If you look inside the wheel wells behind the fender liner, right about where the frame is one O2 sensor, the other is underneath the truck about half way back in relation to the transmission. If you see where the exhaust joints together, you went about 6" too far.
When you start looking at the O2 sensors, they are normally numbered something like "Bank 1 Sensor 1" Bank 1 is on the passenger side; Bank 2 is on the driver's side. Sensor 1 is the upstream sensor (near the frame, between the block and the cat) and Sensor 2 is near the Y-pipe (downstream of the cat).
Normally it is the upstream sensors (sensor 1) that go first. They see the harshest conditions.
You will need;
Oxygen Sensor Socket
I have even used a small plumbers propane tank and heat it up and it help get them free.
Sometimes it will take 15 minutes or take a few hours it depends on your luck…
According to the 2001 Lincoln Navigator Owner Guide : In the power distribution box ( which is " live " ) located in the engine compartment on the drivers side ( fuse # 23 is a 15 amp fuse for the HEGO sensors , canister vent , transmission , and CMS sensor ) * HEGO stands for Heated Exhaust Gas Oxygen sensor *
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