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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
OK, you have 2 Oxygen sensors on your vehicle. They are both mounted on your exhaust. You have one in front of the catalytic converter(Bank 1 - Sensor 1) / Then you have another after the catalytic converter (Bank 1 Sensor 2). Make sure they give you the correct Oxygen sensor at the parts store because they are different. Napa Part # DEN 2344701 for the DENSO one that is after the catalytic converter. You will see it sticking out of the exhaust pipe right after the catalytic converter - with wires and a plug. When you replace it, make sure you don't drop the new one, or get ANYTHING on the sensor Tip - there will be some anti-seize on the threads, make sure you don't wipe that off or get it on the sensor tip. You will need to have a 22mm wrench, or a 7/8 wrench which is a tad loose but works if you use it right - and they even make a deep socket with a slot in it for the wires just for Oxygen Sensors - I rarely use mine, because there never seems to be enough room for that socket. To loosen, bump the end of the wrench with your palm(wearing gloves) - or if you have a rubber hammer, you can tap the end of the wrench to loosen it. Applying steady pressure can cause issues, from rounding the edges of the bolt, to busting a knuckle - "bumping it" prevents all of that.
When you install the new one, be sure not to over tighten, snug will work great.
** Be sure to support your vehicle with properly rated jack stands, parking brake on, vehicle in park, and chock one tire - never rely on a hydraulic jack, or any jack for that matter.
If you need anything else, let me know.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
For 1999 Subaru Truck Forester AWD 2.5L MFI 4cyl the Oxygen Sensor is located under hood, center, rear engine area, mounted on catalytic converter.
Fig. Oxygen sensor location-Forester 1998-2002 2.5L SOHC engine (click over image for zoom).
Generally, Bank 1 is front and Bank 2 is rear.
Posted on Apr 14, 2011
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