Question about 2003 Nissan Murano
Hi karen,to locate the o2 (lambda probe)sensor, locate the exhaust manifold (its HOT)and follow the pipe down to the first box,(cat).you will find a 2" small "pipe" at right angles to the exhaust pipe with a wire (or 2) emanating from the top.this IS the o2 sensor.(sometimes fitted onto the front of the cat.depending on market(im in England) you only need to remove this sensor and replace it with a new one.(you can do this yourself,its easy.)
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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