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I have a 2004 Chrysler Pacifica

Where is the chrysler pacifica Ho2s heater control circuit(bank 1 sensor 1), we put the car on a code reader and that was the only code. Just not sure where it's located. Thank you

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I have a 2004 Chrysler Pacifica - 136266353That would be your HO2 sensor. It's located in the left hand exhaust manifold closer to the top of the engine. It usually takes a special socket to remove one. If you have any doubt, take it to a shop and have them replace it for you. This sensor effects fuel and driveability, don't go to long without fixing it as it may cause damage to your catalytic convertors.

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Replaced o2 sensors on both up stream and down stream and still code 0038 &i think 0032. checked wireing & conections what next ?

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