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I will show you a picture of a V6 engine Ox sensor locations. You can get an Idea from that. Your engine Ox sensor will have only one wire. The sensor will be on the exhaust manifold Before the down pipe.
Check plugs see what they look like a lean mixture will look light in color ,compare to the other bank. They need to look all similar,detect a lean fireing cylinder or cylinders on one bank, Could be fuel delivery,from an injector ! Or leaking intake manifold gaskets or bad hoses,leaking vacummn.
HELLO,VERY VERY CARFULLY WITH A DRILL GET A SMALL SANDPAPER ATTATCHMENT AND GRIND IT OFF.HEAT FROM A HEAT GUN CAN SHATTER THE GLASS AND NO CHEMICALS OUT THERE TO REMOVE THAT STUFF,AT THE DEALER WE USE A ATTATCHMENT THAT GOES INTO A DRILL AND HAS SMALL GRINDER PADS ON THEM THESE WORK WELL . GOOD LUCK...RAY