Question about 1996 Ford Explorer
I would assume you have never looked under your vehicle, or have no knowledge of O2 Sensors
They are always in the exhaust pipes, either just before the converter or in the converter.
The second one, is almost always in the converter, at the outlet.
Some vehicles have two,some four.
You can always follow the wires to them
Replace with the exact part,some sensors are universal, and require cutting wires,splicing etc. Forget them.
O2 Sensor Codes----you may get,DO NOT tell you they are bad or what to replace.
Just that a sensor is out of range. Always test first. Don't throw parts at it.
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