Question about 2009 Ford Transit Connect
There are 2 of them one is located by the exhaust manifold the other is ferther down the exhaust usually past the catalytic converter which looks like a small muffler. unplug the sensor, unscrew the sensor. screw the new one in and plug it in. If you have a service engine soon light on. You have to either reset it with an OBD 2 but make sure your car is OBD 2 compliants. they can be bought at most auto stores $40 and up . reads the codes tells you what you need to replace and can reset thus erase the codes and turns the light out. PS if you reset this you`ll have to drive your car about 80 miles of so for the cars computers to reconfigure the maximum effeciency. and until you drive and the computer reconfigures you won`t pass inspection.
Posted on Apr 22, 2014
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