oxygen sensor is found either in exhaust manifold or in actual exhaust pipe between manifold and muffler
Just downstream after the exhaust manifold
Check up by the manifolds or anywhere before the catalytic converter.
look right before the converter unless your pipes has been changed
The oxygen sensor is in the top center of the rear exhaust manifold.
below exhaust manifold... left hand side... were the manifold joins into 1 pipe becoming the exhaust
They are supposed to be replaced every 60,000 miles and are located underneath the chassis by the catalytic converters
Most oxygen sensors are located on the exhaust manifold or just after the manifold on the exhaust pipe(s). Your truck probably has two oxygen sensors, one on each side.
A 1986 ford van does not a crank shaft position sensor,, it uses the pickup in the distributer
On the right side, beneath the intake piping that leads up to the throttle body, the O2 sensor is sticking out of the side of the exhaust manifold. No, it's on the left side, the driver's side.
It is in the exhaust system before the catalytic converter.
on throttle boyy in corner
On the engine manifold. It screws in. There are 2 one on each side. One is fairly easy to get too, the other side not so easy...
this should help you out! Brian
There are a couple of reasons why a 1986 Isuzu will not idle. One reason could be the oxygen sensor and another reason could be in the fuel system.
under the termostat housing.
Right above the oil filter , in the engine block.
O2 sensors are located in the manifolds & front pipes
Owner: You need to get under the front end and have a 17 mm wrench with you Now this job is very time consuming so be cool. It is a tight spot that your going to be working in . the O2 sensor will be located on the side on exhaust manifold.
They were not used in 1986
I believe it is on the front of the intake manifold and it should be the second largest one. I believe the largest is the air charge temp sensor
There is no crank sensor on a 1986 camaro z28.. that sensor is in the camaros past 1988 i believe.. but the 1986 carb or fuel injection (tpi) does not have one
I had a 1987 Jetta and the oxygen sensor was connected to the down pipe. It is screwed in and there should be a wire leading from it. From the engine compartment you can look near the firewall and follow the exhaust pipes. It should be sticking out midway between the top and bottom bends.
at the rear intersection of the T-top bar with the rear cross bar.
On the 2.5L it is located on the exhaust manifold directly under the intake manifold on the drivers side, you can locate it by tracing the electrical connection to the ehaust manifold as there is only one connection, the 02 sensor.