How to Replace 1996 Dodge Dakota Oxygen Sensor?

Answer Dodge offered the 1996 Dakota with several engine options. All of the options included the use of an oxygen sensor, with the heavy-duty 5.9-L and 8.0-L engines using dual oxygen sensors. The hardes... Read More »

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How to Change the Oxygen Sensor in 1996 Dodge Neon?

By the early 1990s, the Dodge Shadow and Plymouth Sundance models had become old news, and it was time for an upgrade. Dodge and Plymouth took this opportunity to release a cutting-edge vehicle -- ... Read More »

How to Locate & Install the Oxygen Sensor on a 1996 Dodge Ram 1500?

Robert Bosch introduced the oxygen sensor to the automotive industry in 1976. At the time, Bosch used the sensor to test the gases emitted by batteries. The tightening of emission standards for aut... Read More »

How to Replace the Oxygen Sensors on a '93 Dodge Dakota?

The oxygen sensor on a 1993 Dodge Dakota is a little electronic device that helps control emissions by sending data to an on-board computer which allows it to monitor and adjust the fuel-to-air rat... Read More »

How to Replace a 1996 Z28 Oxygen Sensor?

Replacing an O2 sensor in your 1996 Z28 Camaro is very straightforward. The Z28 uses two sensors, one in each exhaust manifold, to read the percent of oxygen in the unburnt gases coming out of the ... Read More »