There is one Oxygen sensor on the 99 Acura TL model. Replacing it or repairing the O2 sensor can help the longevity and efficiency of your car and is a fairly simple procedure.
No they are engine specific
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There are two in the exhaust on each side of the engine.
To change an O2 sensor you need to disconnect the wiring harness from the sensor. Use an O2 sensor socket and ratchet set to remove the old sensor and replace with the new one.
It doesn't control anything. It measures the oxygen level in the exhaust, the computer uses that information to adjust timing and amount of fuel injected.
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You have to use heat and they make a special socket.
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.
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Bank one is the side of the engine with cylinder #1.
Sensor two is after the catalytic converter.
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An oxygen sensor can be acquired mostly anywhere that auto parts can be purchased. Such as Auto Parts Warehouse, rockauto, AutoZone or even Amazon and Ebay.
No, they usually do not work properly.
Bank 1 is the part of the exhaust stream that includes cylinder #1. Sensor 2 is after the catalytic converter.