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Oxygen Sensors 1995 Ford Taurus

I have ran the codes on my 1995 Ford 3.8 GL Taurus. The codes said: (oxygen sensors). I then found out there are two oxygen sensors, how do I know which one I need to replace or do I need to replace both of them at once?

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Replace them Both. There is no way to tell which one is sending the Codes.

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    Travis Humphries Jan 05, 2009

    No Problem! Happy to Help!

  • yadayada
    yadayada Sep 28, 2011

    What do you mean there is no way to know which O2 sensor is the problem?? Each sensor (bank 1 and bank 2) has it own distinct codes!

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I need to know the location of the oxygen sensors and related sensors in the line of 1999 ford taurus3.0 engine


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