Question about 2004 Chrysler Town & Country
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ALL of your oxygen sensors are located i your exhaust system Your exhaust system starts at the exhaust manifold on the side of the engine and ends at the tail pipe by you back bumper. Your vehicle oxygen sensors are 4 of them there are two on each side of your exhaust the are actually screw into the exhaust they are like the nose of you engine to read how rich/lean the car is running. The are pretty simple to replace, they look kinda like spark plugs with wires attached to them the wires are usually colored white black and grey with plug connections on the end. To replace get a oxygen sensor socket and a ratchet and unscrew this socket can be bought at almost any auto parts place like auto-zone etc. Good luck and thanks for using FIX YA
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
If you can get a wrench on it, there's no reason that you couldn't change it. Make sure you put anti-seize compound on the threads before installing new one, or you will never get it out again. Be aware: changing O2 sensor often does not fix a problem as exhaust content can be beyond sensors range and will cause false trigger, caused by another item in fuel system etc.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
The sensor you indicate would be on the manifold of the head containing cyl.# 1, top sensor (prior to catalytic conv.) 6 cyl. engine. 4 cylinder would be sensor on exhaust manifold. Confirm sensor failure prior to replacing as chrysler harness connectors are known for pin failures at 02 sensor connections. Inspect for burnt pins and cracked/chaffed wires first before changing sensor.
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
I do not have a diagram but, bank 1 is the bank where #1 cylinder is at. other side would be bank #2. so bank #1 o2 sensor is just before convertor.
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
The sensor in question is behind the engine on the exhaust manifold.
You can test the heater in the sensor with an ohmmeter using the following procedure:
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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