Question about Cars & Trucks
Posted by Anonymous on
It is in the inner V of the V-6 at least on my 2000 with 3.5 liter engine. It is towards the front passenger side of the engine. It is located behind the power steering pump and it seems like their are two forum listed techniques for replacement - moving the pump or more likely removing the intake manifold and front fuel rails. Many times it seems to be rodent damage to a wire harness, apparently soy based, rather than the sensor itself. Honda has a new part number to prevent re-eating!
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