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Where is the oxygen sensor on a 1992 Isuzu Rodeo 3.1 liter V6?

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2009-09-13 09:18:43
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on my 93's V6 it's right after the exhaust pipes from the engine join into one pipe.

The 91-92 have a different engine than the 93 and newer, But it is on the driver side just behind the front tire as the pipes join together, you will have to remove the skid plate to get to it, the sensor is on top of the pipe. Make sure its cold before you try removing it, you can't help but touch the exhaust. Make sure you get an O2 socket, and I use Parts Blaster, most parts stores carry it. It will be rather rusty and hard to turn. When you put the new one on you can use some anti seize on the threads to prevent the new one from rusting up as much. The 91-92 actually use a GM engine, where as the 93 and up use the Isuzu engine.

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