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How do I locate the o2 sensors on a 2001 Dakota w/ a 4.7 ltr Magnum & automatic trans?

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O2 sensors are located right on the exhaust pipes. If it is an upstream sensor it is before the catalytic converter. There can be one on each side of the motor. If it is a downstream sensor it is located after the catalytic converter.

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and don't do much or fail often,but yours
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I have a dodge magnum engine. How many liters is it?


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My dodge Dakota has a bad o2 sensor on it. It has 4 of these sensors, 2 on each side. How do I determine which one is bad?I did have the check engine code read on it so I do know it is an O2 sensor.


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Good Luck
Let me know how it goes?

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