The 2002 Toyota Camry XLE has four oxygen sensors. There are two sensors on the exhaust manifold ,and one before and one after the catalytic converter.
At least for a California 96 Camry, the O2 sensors are right up front as you open the hood. There is one just before the catalytic converter and one one the end of the catalytic converter. You can identify them as the only "plugs" that have wires running from them which are connected to the exhaust system.
The 2002 2.4L has 4. 2 on the exhaust manifolds, one before the catalytic converter and one after.
The oxygen sensors are in two spots on a 2005 Toyota Camry. They are on either side of the catalytic converter, which makes up part ofÊthe exhaust pipe.
One above cat/converter on each bank and one on exhaust pipe below each converter. Follow the electrical wires.
One is in the exhaust manifold next to the engine, another one is after the catalytic converter (4 cylinder).
There are two sensors in that exhaust system. Only one is called an O2 sensor and it is located in the exhaust system after the catalytic converter, also known as downstream.. The other sensor is called an Air/Fuel Sensor and is located before the catalytic converter, also known as upstream.
What type of sensors are you talking about? There are many sensors, and many different types.
what sensors have you replaced?? i am assuming the oxygen sensors. i need a code number to tell you what is wrong. if its a p0420 its probabily the catalytic converter. mabye a p0141-mass air flow needs to be cleaned
There are two of them.
It has two of them. One is before catalytic converter and second one is after.
The sensors are mounted on the inside of the bumper but there can be other locations also. Many cars have the sensors in the dash board.
4 cylinder Camry has 2 oxygen sensors.
Depending one size of your engine. You will have 2 to 4 oxygen sensors. I4 has two. First one is in the exhaust pipe just next to the engine. Another one is after the converter. V6 has can have 3 or 4 depending emission requirements type. Two sensors are the next to the cylinder heads one per size. Two more are after pre-cat.
There are at least two position sensors, which one? There are standard procedures to test sensors. You need to specify your question.
The 1996 Camry V6 engine has the front pipe assembly and converter all in 1 piece. For some reason, Toyota welded the converter to the pipe assembly at the front, while the rear of the converter bolts to the tailpipe. The assembly is $230.00 USD from Car Stuff (Eastern converter product) in the U.S., and I found a Canadian source through Speedy Muffler (LaPointe), $472.86 CDN
On Camry 1998 all sensors are OBD 2 because it's a standard. You need to specify which sensor you are talking about.
Usually map sensors have to be replaced and cannot be repaired.
I own a 94 Camry with a V-6 engine and assume you have either that engine or the 4 cylinder. I know the v-6 has two O2 sensors, one located in the exhaust manifold and the other near the catalytic converter. The autozone repair guide has a decent description, though I think there are other repair guides which give more detail. http://www.autozone.com/az/cds/en_us/0900823d/80/13/eb/c3/0900823d8013ebc3/repairInfoPages.htm
Should be somewhere in the front bumper or behind it.
Usually such sensors are located in the rear bumper.
Usually ambient sensors are located in front of the radiator.