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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-27-2011 Thread Starter
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How Many Oxygen Sensors are on A 1995 V6 Mustang?

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Does anyone know how many oxygen sensors there are on a 95 v6? My Haynes manual says there are 4 but i can only find 2 just after the tranny. From what i could find out only the 1996 models and later had 4, 2 upstream and 2 down...

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They are located on your headers. Look inside your engine compartment.

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They are located on your headers. Look inside your engine compartment.
Thanks shinerstang... i will have a closer look today

I have no cats on and can't remember ever having modified the rear o2 sensors, and i have never had any codes from missing cats or CEL... just lucky i guess!

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i just got my check engine light looked at and they said i need all 4 o2 sensors and my cylinder 6 is missfiring could this cause my car to stall out at low rpms or at a stop is this an expensive fix its a 95 mustang v6 convertable
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i just got my check engine light looked at and they said i need all 4 o2 sensors and my cylinder 6 is missfiring could this cause my car to stall out at low rpms or at a stop is this an expensive fix its a 95 mustang v6 convertable
Highly unlikely you need all 4 sensors. Your cylinder #6 is causing your stalling. Tune it up, and it might fix your problem. Plugs and good wires are about $100.00.....

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thanks ill give that a try how common is it to have to replace all four sensors i was throwing 2 codes saying my o 2 sensors were bad it said bank 1 and 2 and they guy at the store said its 2 per bank is that true ?
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Fishy...

How do the heaters in the O2 sensors get power? One blown fuse could throw everything off.

A misfire is going to pass unburned gas to the cats - which leads to very unhappy O2 sensors.

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