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Where are all o2 sensors on 1998 lincon navigator?

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SOURCE: Not passing smog check

bank 1 is pass/side exhaustpipe/converter bank 2 is on the driverside,this car has two converters, so you have 4 oxygen sensors, one before and one after the converter on each side, so bank 1 sensor1 is pass/side before the converter, bank 1 sensor 2 is pass/side after the converter, then bank 2 sensor1 is driverside before the converter, before means starting at motor, then bank 2 sensor 2 is driverside after the converter, heres a diagram to help, i hope this is helpful.a9203dd.jpg33c9cf6.jpg

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SOURCE: My 2001 navigator, idels erractaly,

Most likely cause bad throttle position sensor. Second would be idol air control sensor. Pull the codes in the computer to verify.

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