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You have a 2000 Ford Explorer 6 it is missing and hesitanting when accelerating you were told to replace the O2 sensors but which one and where are they located any other ideas?


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2005-05-09 15:35:26
2005-05-09 15:35:26

o2 sensors are located just below the manifold system...there are two of them one on each side..this is usually a job for someone with elastic arms and fingers. One is easily accessible and the other needs some wrangling to reconnect it. You should pull the codes first before replacing these to know which bank is causing the issue e.g. left bank lean right bank rich etc.

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