Oxygen Sensors
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Where is the oxygen sensor on a 1995 F150 inline 6 with a manual transmission?

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2005-11-27 00:57:40
2005-11-27 00:57:40

Most oxygen sensors are in the exhaust pipe....between the exhaust manifold and the catalytic converter.

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