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I have a 2004 jeep liberty and need to change oxygen sensor and i need the location of it,my auto dealer told me but i forgot

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  • jtgray461 Nov 03, 2010

    my jeep is a 6 cylinder and it is the number 2 sensor i need the location for

  • jtgray461 Nov 03, 2010

    thank you very much



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The O2 sensor is located in the exhaust pipe just off the engine exhaust manifold and before the catalytic converter ( there is a sensor that looks like an O2 sensor but is not after the catalytic converter), u need a special 7/8" O2 socket to remove it, it is done from under the car with a cold engine if this is a V6 then there is one sensor for each bank of cylinders, the code will ID which one is the problem, but in general they are replaced in pairs, below is a picture of your sensor(s) (V6).i have a 2004 jeep - emissionwiz_0.jpg

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    Marvin Nov 03, 2010

    the number 2 sensor is located behind/after the catalytic converter in the tail pipe. or do u mean the engine cylinder bank number 2 sensor, in that case the sensor is located in the exhaust pipe just off the exhaust manifold in the the passenger side bank of cylinders.



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