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Where does a oxygen sensor go on a toyota celica 2000 ?

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  • Locate the upstream and downstream oxygen sensors under the vehicle near the front axle. The upstream and downstream sensors resemble spark plugs with several wires connected to them. Remove the sensors by turning them clockwise with a 22-millimeter wrench.Locate the wiring harness inside the vehicle under the center console on the front passenger side. Disconnect the electrical connectors for the oxygen sensors. Feed the wires down through the vehicle and pull them out under the car.Feed the wiring assemblies on the new sensors up through the floor of the vehicle. Reconnect the wires in the wiring harness. Screw in the new oxygen sensors with your fingers. Once they are in place, tighten them with a 22-millimeter wrench.Remove the jack stands and lower the Celica to the ground. Remove the tire blocks. There should be a sensor before the CAT converter, and one RIGHT after it.


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    can't tell you exactly where it is, but it will be on the first section of the exhaust (usually within a fooy or so of the manifold). There are a few types of Lambda sensor but they basically do the same thing. If you are a bit of a handy man, consider buying a universal sensor off ebay, they are much cheaper and just as good. You will have to use your original connector, so you'll need a pair of snips and some electrical connectors (scotch blocks etc)
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