I saw one of them today while trying to look at my distributor cap from the front of the truck on the passenger side of the engine. It is in the catalytic converter just under the passenger floor board, where the exhaust manifolds join to enter the cat. -Kojak I believe there are 2 of them. One is on the front of the catalytic converter, the second is on the rear pipe of that same converter.
A 1999 Dodge Ram transmission does not have an input speed sensor.
It is on top of the rear axle.
what year is the dodge ram? 1999 dodge ram 1500 has the bank 1 o2 sensor located right after the catalytic converter
Turn on the 4wd light.
Where is the Air Intake temperature sensor located on a 1997 dodge ram 1500?
That is the O2 sensor in the pipe after the catalytic converter.
# Disconnect negative battery cable # Raise and support truck on jackstands # Carefully disconnect the electrical connector from the sensor and unscrew the sensor from the exhaust pipe
It is on the top center of the rear axle.
Unscrew the one bolt that holds it on.
It bolts on the front of the throttle body.
The oxygen sensors are screwed into the exhaust pipe near the catalytic converter.
I believe it is before the catallytic converter.
Inside distributor under rotor.
Counterclockwise to remove, clockwise to tighten.
It is the sensor screwed into the front of the catalytic converter on the passenger side of the engine.
Answer Yes, they are totally different. The speedometer signal comes from the rear axle abs sensor.
On the rear of the automatic transmission. It is a two wire sensor on the left side and points slightly down.
There are two, one on each side of the catalytic converter.
There is one on each side of the catalytic converter.
There are 2 or 4, they are in the exhaust pipe directly behind the engine.
They are the same from 1994 to 2002.