sensors are not protected by fuses.
1-2 located by the exhaust manifold
i couldnt tell you pal
On my 1988, O2 sensor is threaded into side of exhaust pipe underneath near transmission. When I changed it, it was difficult to remove. I had to keep heating the exhaust pipe with a torch to get it out.
The 1987 Chevy Cavalier has airbags. Many of these were recalled due to an airbag defect. When returned to the dealer, the air bag sensors had to be reset.
They are not controlled, but the engine computer reads their out put signals.
There is a problem with your wheel speed sensors. This is common.
There are 2. one just after the engine and one after the cat converter.
While I haven't checked this particular combination out myself, it should swap right over. They are both OBD II and should run the same sensors to operate. If you had to do anything at all it might be to switch over some sensors.
There are 2 sensors The upstream O2 sensor is mounted in the ehxaust manifold The downstream O2 sensor is mounted in the exhaust pipe after the catalytic converter
Pull your gas tank, then your pump disconect all lines and sensors the reinstall.
The oxygen sensors on a 1998 Chevrolet S10 are changed by disconnecting the lead wire and unscrewing them from the exhaust manifold. New sensors are then screwed into place and the wires reattached.
Then you may want to have a mechanic check it out.
All oxygen sensors on all vehicles are on either the exhaust manifold or the upper end of the head-pipe.
Two. One on the bottom of the exhaust manifold and one after the catalytic converter on the exhaust system.
There are several sending units (AKA Sensors) in that vehicle. Which one did you have in mind?
There is no vent. However, the microwave contains sensors to produce optimal heating, leading to less overcooked food!
The traction control and the ABS both use the wheel speed sensors in the wheel bearings
you have to reset the computer
Don't know what your original reading was, but the O2 sensors before the cats moniter how the engine is running and the O2 sensors after the cats moniter how the cats are performing.
Check the front brake sensors. Replace them if they are worn out. Make sure you get the correct front brake sensors.
Then it is obvious that the oxygen sensor is not the problem. Quit throwing money at the problem and take it to a professional who knows how to find the real problem.
well I read about this happening somewhere else I cant really recal it but from what I remember the o2 sensors where changed and then there is a problem in the wiring with o2 sensors
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