If the rubber lacing is broken/missing from underneath the backside of the hood/firewall, fumes will be sucked in by the vents below the wiper arms. Absolutely deadly.
it is in the exhaust manifold,or exhaust pipe...
Follow the path from the exhaust port on the head. That will show you which is the exhaust rocker, which leads to the exhaust pushrod, which leads to the exhaust tappet.
on the exhaust
Stock Toyota exhaust system.
located on the exhaust manifolds
The oxygen sensor is located on the exhaust manifold and is the only item on the exhaust with wires going to it.
If it's in the way, then yes. Don't dis-connect the lines, though. Tie the compressor up out of the way.
The oxygen sensor is usually mounted in the exhaust manifold pretty close to where the exhaust pipe bolts on.
Just below firewall on exhaust pipe.
its part of the exhaust system
No it will not fit.
no the sohc and dohc manifolds are totally different.
18 to 22 lbs
It is located in the exhaust manifold.
on the back of the block by the exhaust manifold
loss of power.noise rattling from exhaust
All O2 sensors are located in the exhaust manifolds and in the exhaust front pipes close to the catalytic converters.
CHECK FOR PLUGGED CATALYTIC CONVERTER, MOST OF THESE ARE IN THE LOWER SECTION OF EXHAUST MANIFOLD, IF ITS IN THE PIPE, LOOSEN THE HEAD PIPE ALLOWING THE EXHAUST TO BREATH, RAN INTO MANY OF THESE. GOOD LUCK, BRIAN
O2 sensors are always located on the exhaust system.O2 sensors are always located on the exhaust system.
on the rear exhaust manifold, directly behind the motor
it depends, with a v6 or v8?
yes it does
It is screwed into the exhaust manifold on the back of the engine.
That depends on the engine option that 1990 Camaro Z28 has. If it was optioned with the 5.O Liter TPI with the standard exhaust it had 225 horses. Opting for the 5.0 Liter engine with the optional exhaust increased horsepower to 230. If it had the larger 5.7 liter engine then it had 230 horses with a standard exhaust.