The oxygen sensor on a 1989 Chevy Celebrity is located in the rear exhaust manifold on top about the center.
The oxygen sensor is in the middle of the exhaust manifold near the firewall.
Yes. Look in the yellow pages for aftermarket a/c's
The 1989 Dodge Dakota oxygen sensor can be found on the top of the engine. The oxygen sensor will be on the back side of the air cleaner housing.
Chevy did not use a crank sensor on that year.
That year did not have a cam sensor.
In the 1989 Grand Prix, the oxygen sensor is in the tail pipe. Look for a wire that is plugged into both the tail pipe and the undercarriage of the vehicle.
I can tell you for a fact it is not an 4L80E, the "E" stands for electronic and there are no wire connectors on an 1989. Installing a 4L80E in an 1989 would require changing a lot of wiring harnesses and the computer for your truck. Good luck.
where do I find it
yes, it does have Oxygen sensors
Right after the exhust goes to gether befor the cat on the top side.(only one) the sensor is on the exhaust pipe on the right side of the vehicle
According to fordparts.com the 1989 Ford Mustang GT has ( 1 ) oxygen sensor
That is the knock sensor
It does not have 1.
Need to know what engine it has.
In the exhaust manifold or downpipe
You will need to drain the oil from your 1989 Chevrolet 5.7 liter engine oil pan. Remove the oil pan bolts. The oil pan will come off.
The 1989 Chevrolet 350 cubic inch engine coolant sensor is located on the front of the engine. The coolant sensor will be near the thermostat housing.
The oxygen sensor for my 1989 190E 2.6 is located on top of the exhaust just underneath the passenger side of the car. The wiring from the 02 sensor runs up underneath the passenger side floorboard carpet.
There is NOT 1. not on that year.
There is no adjustment to my knowledge.
The MAP sensor on a 1989 Chevy Celebrity is on the firewall on the passenger side behind the strut tower.
No it does not.
It is located on the side of the Engine block.