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How To change o2 sensors (downstream) PIC HEAVY!!!


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So I swapped out the rear (downstream) o2 sensors on my truck yesterday. prolly will swap out the upstream in ...



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Old 03-15-2012, 11:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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So I swapped out the rear (downstream) o2 sensors on my truck yesterday. prolly will swap out the upstream in a few weeks, just to be new all over. as usual, i ordered my parts from Rockauto. I went w/ Motorcraft parts (they werent that much more than generics). I was pleased to see that they were shipped w/ anti-sieze already on the threads. the electrical connections are color coded so you can't put an upstream module into a downstream port. Purple is down stream. Grey is upstream. All I used was a crescent wrench. Make sure to disconnect your battery when swapping these out. Took me 20 min to swap both of these out. And onto the pics:

Here are the plugs, w/ the driver side already removed.


Driver side downstream o2 location:



driver side downstream o2 electrical connection:


driver upstream o2 sensor:


passenger downstream o2 electrical connection:



passenger downstream o2 sensor:

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nice write up thank you


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Yah nice write up man. Im not to shure my truck has 02 censors.


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it should have them lol 4 of them


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This is a great post mate, i also have this universal car oxygen sensors that i just recently bought and it has a manual. I wonder if this is compatible with my truck. They said that it is compatible when i asked them when im buying it.
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