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My Isuzu Rodeo O2 sensor light is on and I would like to fix the problem.Could anyone tell me where is that sensor located at?

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There's also a circuit on the back of the instrument panel that causes the O2 lamp to light every so many miles- I guess its a way to remind you to change the sensor. To re-set the O2 warning circuit, you must remove the instrument panel and locate a set screw on the back of the green circuit board. Remove the screw from the receptacle it's in and relocate it to the receptacle next to it. This will re-set the warning light.

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It's going to be in the exhaust system. It looks kinda like a spark plug screwed into a pipe -- has a wire or two on it.

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The O2 sensors are located on the exhaust system.(The kinda look like a spark plug with a wire attached)

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SOURCE: Need to know where the o2 Sensor is located on a 1998 Rodeo.

look on the y pipe just in front of the cats.......

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follow your exhaust system starting at the exhaust manifold to the catalytic converter could be 2 or may have four

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