Question about 1992 Ford Ranger
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Location of the oxygen sensor
there are two O2 sensors on this engine. Both are mounted in the exhaust just past the exhaust manifolds. You will be able to replace them without a lift. You will probably need an O2 socket to remove them. They usually are in pretty tight.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
The egr valve has two sensors. One is an EGR position sensor which is physically attached to the EGR valve. The other sensor is the DPFE (Delta Pressure Feedback EGR) sensor, commonly called the EGR pressure sensor. It's location varies depending on the engine you have. You can fine this sensor by following the vacuum hose on the EGR valve. It will be with in inches of the EGR valve. The sensor will be black (plastic) or silver (metal), have two or three vacuum ports and an electrical connection on it.
The vacuum pressure sensor is a high failure item on fords. Any Ford parts department will have one in stock, as well as some aftermarket parts stores.
The new sensor may not look exactly the same as the old part, but will have all the hook ups as the old one. You may also need to replace the vacuum hose to the sensor as well
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
B1 means the sensor is located on the same bank of the engine that has the #1 cylinder. B2 is located on the opposite bank.
S1 means the sensor is located BEFORE the catalytic converter
S2 means the sensor is located AFTER the catalytic converter
You didn't say which engine you have, so I've included the diagrams of both 4 cyl and 6 cyl so you can see the banks
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
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1 50A** I/P fuse panel 2 - Not used
3 - Not used 4 - Not used
5 - Not used 6 50A** Anti-lock Brake System (ABS)
7 30A* Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
8 20A* Power door locks, Remote entry
9 - Not used 10 - Not used
11 50A** Starter relay, Ignition switch
13 20A* 4x4 Motor 14 - Not used
15 - Not used 16 40A** Blower motor
17 20A** Auxiliary cooling fan 18 - Not used
19 - Not used 20 - Not used
21 10A* PCM memory 22 - Not used
23 20A* Fuel pump motor 24 30A* Headlamps
25 10A* A/C clutch solenoid 26 - Not used
27 - Not used 28 30A* ABS module
29 - Not used 30 15A* Trailer tow
31 20A* Foglamps, Daytime Running Lamps (DRL)
32 - Not used 33 15A* Park Lamp
34, 35, 35, 35 & 37 Not used 38 10A* Left headlamp low beam
39 & 40 Not used 41 20A* Heated oxygen sensors
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