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Where is the oxygen sensor on a 1995 Plymouth Voyager 3.0 liter six cylinder engine?


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2005-01-20 08:03:30
2005-01-20 08:03:30

Most of the time and O2 sensor is on the exuast pipe somewhere sometimes it is up near the engine or sometimes it is near the back or both depends on the car dont know the exact locations hope it helps The o2 sensor is mounted on the exhaust pipe. You can get to it by removing the air filter housing. Look down into the open area and you should see the sensor mounted on top of the pipe between the engine and the fire wall.

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It is screwed into the exhaust behind the engine.

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It is in the exhaust manifold on the back of the engine.

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There are two screwed into the exhaust on the rear of the engine.

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The 2000 Plymouth Voyager had three engine options for that year, the 2.4L, 3.0L, 3.3L engines. If your vehicle was equipped with the Flex Fuel system or (TLEV) Transitional Low Emission Vehicle, it wouldn't make a difference. The Plymouth Voyager was only equipped with two oxygen sensors, one usually located up at the engine and one usually located down on the exhaust after the catalytic converter.

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Between $40 - $60 seems typical. The actual cost will depend on specifics of your vehicle, such as which engine it has.


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