Question about 1999 Volkswagen Beetle
The front o2 sensor is located atop the exhaust manifold at the back of the engine. If you jack up the car and support it properly then get under the car you will see two small wiring harnesses coming out of a black plastic box in the center of the car next to the exhaust pipe. One of those wires leads to the rear o2 sensor, the other to the front o2 sensor that you want. You will need to unclip the wire in several places and unhook it from the connector under the black cover before you remove it from the manifold.
Posted on Jun 23, 2008
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