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MY TRUCK IS A 2000 S-10 2.2SF1 AND MY O2 SENSOR FOR FUEL FLEX IS NOT WORKING. MY Q IS HOW MAY O2 DOES IT HAVE AND WHERE ARE THEY LOCATED

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Has two, one after the cylinder head, and the other after the catilitic converter.

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I have a 2003 hyndai elentra an i had both 02 sensors replaced plus flex pipe and check engine light came back on with 02 sensor error


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Yes it is flex fuel


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After the flex pipe was replaced the engine light came on and indicated the bank1 sensor2. Could the flex pipe installation have caused this and where is this sensor located?


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O2 sensor wires


check here sir.. http://www.fuelsaver-mpg.com/doc/EfieCircuitBoard.html
please click the link provided.hope this helps

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