Question about 1999 Ford F150 Regular Cab
MY truck won't pass inspection and the shop told my wife the O2 sensor needs to be replaced. I edon't know where it is, but it costs about $50.00 to buy the part and the shop qouted her $400.00 for them ti fix it. Also would this have anything to do with my drivers side air bag being on?
Auto Zone has information on the O2 Sensor for your pickup here. It is located somewhere either on the exhaust manifold, or on the pipe leading from the manifold to the converter. If you're going to replace this yourself, get the special wrench to remove and replace it -- it's cheaper than having to get another sensor if you break the new one using the wrong tool.
This shouldn't have anything at all to do with your airbag.
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