How To Remove a Grand Am Oxygen Sensor?

Answer After months in operation, the oxygen sensor active elements become fouled with exhaust byproducts, affecting fuel economy and emissions. On average, you should replace the sensor or sensors on you... Read More »

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How to Remove the Oxygen Sensor in a 2002 Jeep Grand 4.0L?

In 1993, Jeep upped the ante in the SUV market by releasing the Grand Cherokee, a more luxurious mid-sized SUV. The 2002 Grand Cherokee came standard with a 195-horsepower, 4.0-liter in-line six-cy... Read More »

91 Grand Am Oxygen Sensor Removal?

A 1991 Pontiac Grand Am has three oxygen sensors. The primary sensors are located in the exhaust manifolds, one on each side of the engine. The secondary oxygen sensor is located in the exhaust pip... Read More »

How to Replace the Oxygen Sensor on a 1996 Grand Am?

The oxygen sensor plays a vital role in how your Pontiac Grand Am's engine works. It senses the amount of oxygen in the exhaust coming out of the engine and then sends that information to the compu... Read More »

How to change an oxygen sensor on Jeep Grand Cherokee?

A bad oxygen sensor could be the cause of a check engine light. You can replace the sensor yourself in your own car. You will be able to save money with diy.