Look under the hood, the front of the engine, on the exhaust manifold. It should be the only thing with wire/s on the manifold. You will need a special socket to remove it. The tool is available to "Borrow" from the folks at AutoZone. If you need any further info, just gimme a shout.
Actually it depends on the engine. The 2.3/2.4 has the exhaust manifold on the back side of the engine - between the engine and firewall. You'll most likely have to get under the car to remove the O2 sensor. On the 2.2 the exhaust manifold is on the "front" of the engine between the engine and the front crossmember. You should be able to get to this O2 sensor without getting under the car (note I said *should*). Either way they're located on the exhaust manifold, before the catalytic converter.
where is the oxygen sensor in a 1995 gmc jimmy
This question is very wide. But, I would suspect the speed sensor.
What this trouble code means that the input power(+) to the speed sensor is low.
just ahead of the catalytic converter
AnswerIt is located under the intake manifold on the left side of the oil filter.
right in front of the catalitic converter
Where is oxygen sensor on 4.3 liter 1995 Chevy S10. All O2 sensors are threaded into the exhaust system at various points, and you probably have more than one sensor.
To test a 1995 Cavalier crank sensor you would need to get a mechanic's computer. They can put a sensor/fuse tester on it and see if it is working properly.
The check engine light would come on.
2.2L Altenator on a 2.2L, AND, 2.4L on a 2.4L ONLY!
no i can not answer this quiestion
Hey Jeff== It depends on which engine you have but I imagine it is on the module and senses notches on the crankshaft. GoodluckJoe
the oil pressure sending unit for a 1995 Cavalier 2.2 is on the side of the engine. The sensor is located just behind the oil filter.
Auto or standard?
valve or rocker clearence for a 1995 chevy 2.2
A 95 did not have IAT sensor
Next to the oil filter
No it does not
i don't see why not the 2.2 was used in 95 and 96 should fit right in