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THE MASS AIR FLOW SENSOR IS MOUNTED TO THE INTAKE AIR HOSE OF THE AIR CLEANER ASSEMBLY. O2 SENSORS LOCATION.YOU HAVE 2 # O2 SENSORS.YOU HAVE ONE THE EXHAUST MANIFOLD.THE OTHER SENSOR LOCATED DOWN AT THE CATALYTIC CONVERTER. YOU SHOULD ALSO REPLACE THE O2 SENSORS TO HAVE THE BEST READINGS FOR AIR MIX.
Theres a leak somewhere, make sure theres no cracks in the manifold or a worn gasket at the connection pipe, heres apuicture of your exhaust to show you where to check, also the manifolds should of been checked when the gaskets where replaced, these vans are known for breaking exhaust manifold bolts, hopefully they didnt try to replace the gaskets with a broken bolt,hope this helps.
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The only way I have ever gotten the starter out is
through the inner fender well opening, remove the right front wheel, remove the 10mm bolts to get the splash shield off the inner fender, remove the small heat
shield on the exhaust manifold, remove the 10mm bolt that connects the wire
harness to the frame and move it out of the way as much as possible, it may be
necessary to bend some of the brake lines out of the way, believe it or not but
the starter will come through this opening, it may take some twisting and
turning and a small supply of band-aids but I have done this many times.
the weak spring is making it tip. also you say the other shock is leaking fluid. you need to replace both shocks and springs, the seem to have been worn down, there is no fix other than using spring blocks to boost up the saging side, but i would recommend replacing it all.