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On my 2006 dodge 2500 hemi my o2 sensor wires got pulled out of conector need help on were the go back in.

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Hi John:
According woth the repair manual, this is the procedure about OXYGEN (O2) SENSOR:
The O2 sensor is located in the right exhaust downpipe below the exhaust manifold flange (Fig. 18).


REMOVAL
WARNING: THE EXHAUST MANIFOLD BECOMES VERY HOT DURING ENGINE OPERATION. ALLOW ENGINE TO COOL BEFORE REMOVING OXYGEN SENSOR.
(1) Raise and support the vehicle.
(2) Disconnect the wire connector from the O2 sensor.


CAUTION: When disconnecting the sensor electrical
connector, do not pull directly on wire going into sensor.
(3) Remove the O2 sensor from the exhaust manifold.


INSTALLATION
Threads of new oxygen sensors are factory coated with anti-seize compound to aid in removal. DO NOT add any additional anti-seize compound to the threads of a new oxygen sensor.
(1) Install the O2 sensor into the exhaust manifold. Tighten to 30 NIm (22 ft. lbs.) torque.
(2) Connect the O2 sensor wire connector.
(3) Lower the vehicle.



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  • 2 Connect the power lead to the corresponding connector on the chassis's wiring harness.
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