OXYGEN SENSOR

1997 Plymouth

Tiny

partshunter2.0

July, 23, 2008 AT 12:52 AM

1997 Other Plymouth Models 4 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 103000 miles

My girlfriend has a Plymouth Neon DOHC and I've been at the exhaust for a few days now. How hard is it to replace the oxygen sensor on the catalytic converter (downstream sensor I think it's called) since the original is very hard to unbolt and I noticed one of the four wires has come off (grey wire) if that has some significance. I've seen the exact-fit replacements so where does the opposite end plug into?


I have the end I am talking about circled in red.


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Tiny

merlin2021

July, 23, 2008 AT 1:45 AM

You just follow the wireing to the connector. If a wire broke off the old one, the significance is it will have to be replaced!

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