Question about 2009 Dodge Journey
I got a check engine lite and the diagnostic code said it was a faulty OS relay. From what I have gathered it is fused but I cannot find anything about where the fuse is located. I would like to check it first as it seems this might be the simplest solution.
It will be in the fuse box under the hood. Check manual for location or look at the underside of the fusebox lid. They are imprinted there.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The oxygen sensor is down behind the motor mid ways of motor. Can be got to from underneath. I have already replace one, so I know how hard it is to get too. If you decide to go from on top of motor, You will have to take off all the breather and hoses to get to it. From underneath you lay in center of vehicle and its on top of manifold. It comes out better when its hot.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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A code P0301 may mean that one or more of
the following has happened:
Its normally best to start with the spark plug first then the wires then the coil then o2 sensor do keep in mind that if it happens to be a oxygen sensor that it will be the one before the catalytic converter. That is the one that controls fuel and air tuning.
All that being said all of them are easy fixes at least and the plugs and wires are fairly cheap and coils not too expensive nor are o2 sensors.
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