Two, one before the cat, one after.
Two, one before and one after the converterTwo, one before and one after the converter
Two, One on the exhust manifold and the second after the CAT
There are two oxygen sensors in the exhaust behind the engine.
four....two in each bank, one before the converter and one after the converter
I have a 1996 Firebird and it has 4. Two in the manifolds and one before the catalytic converter and one after.
Two, one upstream (before cat) and one downstream (after cat).
There are two. One is before the catalytic converter and one after. You will find them screwed into the exhaust behind the engine.
There are two, one on each side of the catalytic converter.
There are two, one on each side of the catalytic converter in the exhaust pipe.
It has two, one before and one after the converter. what would cause it to just lose power and stop running but will start back up/
There are 4 02 sensors on your avenger. two coming off each side of the exhaust manifold and two more which are located...one before the catalytic converter and one after... you problem is most likely cause by the sensor on the driver side manifold
there are two O2 sensors one is on the exhaust just behind the fire wall the other is just underneath the exhaust manifold
It has two.
There are two sensors, one in the exhaust pipe at the front of the vehicle, one after the second converter under the passenger seat area.
== == 1996 Corolla's have two oxygen sensors. The first sensor, is pre catalytic converter. It is located on the exhaust manifold. The second sensor is post catalytic converter.
It depends on the year. 1993-1995 had one. By 1996 there were two. By the 2000's there are four.
There are two sensors one in the engine block and one behind the crankshaft pulley
there are two oxygen sensors mounted in either the manifolds or close to the engine in the y pipe . 1996 and newer have 4 or downstream sensors after the catalyic converter
Their are two sensors located directly behind the front bumper along side of its mounting brackets.
One... It's screwed right into the exhaust manifold. It's very easy to get to but can be hard to get the old one out... They make special sockets for O2 sensors. I own a 97' geo but have two sensors... From 1996 on, the system is OBD-II, which has two oxygen sensors, one on the exhaust manifold and a second one on the catalytic converter. Pre-96 only have one on the exhaust manifold. The sensor wiring varies with 3-pin and 4-pin variations.