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.
Just downstream after the exhaust manifold
Disconnect the battery. On the side of the throttle body, disconnect the wiring from the position sensor. Remove the bolts from the sensor, and lift the sensor off, reverse the procedure to install the new one.
An auto xray scanner can determine if a O2 sensor is bad.
what eng. do you have? if it is a 5.4 or a 4.6 it is under the intake manifold on the passenger side.
Just ground the wire with a screw straight on to the frame!
engine light comes on and off. when light is on it hesitates and transmission slips. what could cause that on a 93 F150
Usually in the exhaust pipes coming off the manifolds
drivers side of engine , downstream from catalytic converter
Near the starter on the exhaust header. If it is 1990 it will be fun to break the rusty sensor out of the truck. good luck
How do you check cool temp sensor on a 5.8l f150?
Most oxygen sensors are in the exhaust pipe....between the exhaust manifold and the catalytic converter.
1986 f150 emisson light on is their restn set
They are located on the passenger side. Sensor1 is right past the exhaust manifold, and sensor 2 is after the cat.
where is the CHT sensor on a 2000 ford F150 where is the CHT sensor on a 2000 ford F150
The speed sensor is mounted in the top of the rear differential on a 1999 F150. Remove the wires, then unbolt the sensor to remove it.
Perhaps a bad ignition coil? Perhaps a bad temperature sensor?
The oxygen sensor sends s signal to the computer when the engine is running to rich or lean. If you have it scanned for codes then it will tell you what is happening. The oxygen sensor does not have to be bad to set a code. It could be as simple as a vacuum leak. It is best to see a technician and have him diagnosis it than to replace parts that are good.
before changing the sensor try disconnecting the negative battery cable for a minute then hook back up and see if the light comes on. if it does come on you know it wasnt a bogus code. and there is a real problem. most o2 sensors are set to go off at about 20 to 30 thousand miles. Worked also for my 2001 F150.
Bank 2 is the drivers side of your engine on your Ford Sensor 1 is in the exhaust before the exhaust enters the catalytic converter
Im not sure, but why the hell would you want to do this?
www.motorcraft.com does not list a MAP sensor for the 4.2 L V6 , 4.6 L or 5.4 L V8 engines for a 2003 F150 , they list an air mass sensor which I assume is the MAF sensor
On your Ford F-150 : Bank 1 is the passenger side of the engine Sensor 1 is somewhere in the exhaust close to the engine before the exhaust enters the catalytic converter ( upstream )
On my 98 F-150 4.6 there are four sensors and two catalatic converters, there is an O2 sensor located in the exuaust pipe before and after each cat converter.
The 1997 Ford F150 4.6 liter engine throttle position sensor is located on the top of the transmission. The sensor will be connected to the fuel injection rail.
I am having problems with my break lights and want to know what the layout of the fuse box is for a 1986 ford F150.