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Old 08-03-2021, 03:52 AM   #1
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O2 Sensors Location

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Rock Auto list 2 O2 Sensors for each bank which we have ordered and received. Looking under kennel we can see we take as the first ones which are on drop pipes just after the manifold. , But where are the second ones located in the system.
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Rock Auto list 2 O2 Sensors for each bank which we have ordered and received. Looking under kennel we can see we take as the first ones which are on drop pipes just after the manifold. , But where are the second ones located in the system.
Only 2 on 1999 F53. Passenger side excessable from inside with dog house removed. Driver side from underneath.. use an O2 wrench spray with liquid wrench before hand.
I have 1999 Newmar. Replaced them 2 yrs ago.
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There is only two on my 1999 F53. When I replace mine I used a torch to heat up the bung.
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Thank you for replays. So looks like we have two we co not need ?.

But when we were on the scanner it showed bank 1. 1/2, and bank 2 1/2 showing information. Strange if we only have the two. Plus if just two are they the up or down ones we fit.
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Only 2 on 1999 F53. Passenger side excessable from inside with dog house removed. Driver side from underneath.. use an O2 wrench spray with liquid wrench before hand.
I have 1999 Newmar. Replaced them 2 yrs ago.
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Thanks, sorry cant ring as we are in UK. And do we need a 02 spanner or will a normal single hex spanner do it.
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I got mine out with a normal hex spanner. But I was very very careful and sprayed first with Kroil. That is great stuff. Try penetrating lube and don't force. Then add heat and don't force. Then get the special O2 sensor tool. I think I actually got the tool first, but it was an awkward angle underneath so I started with the spanner and it worked just fine. Ours is a 2017 chassis, so perhaps not seized yet.....
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I got mine out with a normal hex spanner. But I was very very careful and sprayed first with Kroil. That is great stuff. Try penetrating lube and don't force. Then add heat and don't force. Then get the special O2 sensor tool. I think I actually got the tool first, but it was an awkward angle underneath so I started with the spanner and it worked just fine. Ours is a 2017 chassis, so perhaps not seized yet.....
The O2 tool protects the wires with a slotted side..mine fell apart when removed. The previous owner used after market O2 sensors instead of Ford. Ford's sensors worked perfectly and seemed stouter.
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