the o2sensor(oxygen sensor)is on the exhaust if i recall right.
There are (2) oxygen sensors on the 2001 Dodge Caravan (in this case Sport / SE edition) One is accesable under the hood the other is down in the exaust array past the catalytic converter. If your error message is showing that your heating element is out in the O2 sensor... its the front sensor.
It is on the back exhaust manifold.
There is one on each side of the catalytic converter.
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where is the transmission fluid pressure sensor located o a 2005 dodge grand caravan
Its located in the exhaust pipe on rear of engine.
It is screwed into the exhaust manifold behind the engine.
It is the sensor in the outlet of the catalytic converter.
21 is for the oxygen sensor reading staying at center.
Sensor one is screwed into the exhaust manifold behind the engine.
There are two. One before and one after the catalytic converter behind the engine.
It does not have a maf.
It only has one, and it is in the rear exhaust manifold.
on the intake
The crankshaft position sensor on a 2005 dodge grand caravan is located on the top side of the bell housing.
It is part of the EGR valve.
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There are two, in the exhaust on the back of the engine.
There could be on at each wheel bearing.
There are two under the front bumper.
O2 sensor Heater Bank 1 Sensor 1
The cam sensor on a 2002 Grand Caravan is located on the top of the engine. It is at the top, just below the valve cover.
It is right behind the engine, on top of the rear exhaust manifold and under the windshield wiper tray.
The crankshaft position sensor on a 2005 dodge grand caravan is mounted on the upper side of the bell housing and can be easily accessed from the top.
The error code p1193 on a 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan indicates that the intake air temperature sensor has failed. The sensor can be replaced by unbolting it, removing the wiring harness, and pulling it from the intake.