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Unread 02-12-2012, 03:22 PM   #1
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O2 sens,mount where does it go ???

The thing on the plug looks like its supposed to mount some where , but where?
The old one was hanging there not hooked to any thing

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Unread 02-12-2012, 04:30 PM   #2
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Your guess is as good as mine, but Haynes manual shows that sensor mounted to left side of engine, below exhaust manifold, (sensor it's self), and the wires going to a black plug that is for the oxygen sensor pick-up part of the PCM, (right rear engine compartment). IF haynes is right, and jeep didn't change wire colours, the "truck" side of the plug should have 4 wires coming out of it, 3 -18 guage, bk/lb,bk/tn,bk/or , and 1-14 guage or/db. If I were looking for that plug, I'd install the sensor end, and stretch the wire and plug out, and "swing" it in an arc, to give me an approximate location to start looking for the "truck side" plug, with a bias knowing the plug does come from PCM. The actual mounting location should be somewhere close to the end of the truck -side plug, at the distance of the sensor-side wires, probably with a little slack.
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Unread 02-12-2012, 07:33 PM   #3
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I guess I wasn't very clear what I was talking about.
I was just replacing the O2 sensor. I know were it plug's into, I know where it goes, but the plastic part coming out the side of the plug. You see in pic is obviously supposed to be mounted someplace, but I don't know where, because old one wasn't mounted any place ,just hanging there.
Can't find it anywhere in the FSM
I secured it well, it to a bracket with zip ties for now.
If anyone knows where this is supposed to be mounted to (what it's supposed to be attached to) let me know.
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