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Got a 1997 plymouth grand voyager 3.0 litre needing to replace O2 sensor where are they exactly located? got a website addy u could recommend that i go to with pictures

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Its on the exaust manafold in the back by the firewall.

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Its in the exsaulst pipe just before or just after the caddledic conveter some cars have two

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pop the hood and look behind the engine in the middle....you'll see o2 sensor on the top of the exhaust pipe unplug it and remove it ............second o2 sensor is located on the same pipe under the passanger seat under the car

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