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the dpfe sensor is located at the back of the motor fastened to the upper intake manifold with 2 3/8" bolts,it has an electrical connector with 3 wires in it and 2 vacuum hoses that fasten to the underside of the sensor.I have also seen them same area but fasten to the firewall.the sensor is about 3" by 1/2-2"in size.
you will have at least two o2 sensors. one is know as your up stream or heated o2 sensor and it will be on the exhaust manifold the other one or two will be located on you catalytic converter under the truck. replaceing them is not very difficult. unplug the sensor and use the appropriate socket size to turn it out. the only difficult part may be the location of the down stream sensors which are on the catalytic converter. one might be non visible because it might be on the top of the converter which will pose an issue with trying to get a hand in there. you can find your sensor at any auto parts place, but be sure to ask for a direct O.E. replacement and not a general. the direct O.e. replacement will have a corresponding electrical connection so that you dont have to worry about slicing your used connection to the new sensor.
Hey, I do! I had a problem with the cam position sensor on my 97 T-bird two years ago. The symptoms were weird, like a bad transmission acting up, but it wasn't the trans. Anyway, the CPS is located behind the power steering fluid reservoir on the right side (when standing in front of the car with the hood open.) The CPS sticks into the top of the head. It was relatively easy to replace: one bolt holds it in place. Take that out, reattach the electrode, and you're back in business. Good luck!
you will need to crawl under the car and look at the mufflers where they come out of the motor and behind the catalytic converter. you will probably have one before and after the catalytic converter on both pipes. You will have to count the wires once you find them. They will be screwed directly into the exhaust pipe.
according to the manual i have... it has three.... one in the exhaust manifold.... and two in the exhaust pipe..... slightly vauge on the exact location of the last two sensors... but looks like it is after the catylitic converter.