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How do i replace the oxygen sensor on my 2003 chevy venture?

by Manage My Life Last activity date:
October 23rd, 2012

What does the oxygen sensors look like in a 2003 Chevy Venture (wagner Brothers Edition) ? How many are there? Where are they located? Can you show a picture of them in place?


How do i replace them? Chevy dealer scanned it for codes: "VEHICLE HAS A CODE #PO141 - OXYGEN SENSOR BANK #1 SENSOR #2 WORKING SLOW.. VEHICLE NEEDS OXYGEN SENSOR BANK #1 SENSOR #2 REPLACEMENT.. (A SES LIGHT IS ON - NO RUNNING PROBLEMS)

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Manage My Life
Easy fix m.youtube.com/watch?feature=related&v=JXRJpCieeAs
The thermostat is the hard one
by Manage My Life
October 23rd, 2012
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where do I find the oxygen sensors on my 2003 Chey Silverado
by Manage My Life
July 3rd, 2012
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Mike L, with due respect, let me reproduce my question in part, Chevy dealer scanned it for codes: "VEHICLE HAS A CODE #PO141 - OXYGEN SENSOR BANK #1 SENSOR #2 WORKING SLOW.. VEHICLE NEEDS OXYGEN SENSOR BANK #1 SENSOR #2 REPLACEMENT.. (A SES LIGHT IS ON - NO RUNNING PROBLEMS."

I need help, as far as locating them, and replacing them.

Thanks Mike... you have always been a big help.
by Manage My Life
May 19th, 2011
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Bank one is going to be the left bank "bank 1"on a Chevrolet and the emission system has O2 sensors and also monitor sensors which will be the "2". So either the sensor on the front of the engine after the catalytic converter is bad or it is sensing the cat is bad. You need to take your vehicle to a repair facility that has the capability of monitoring the sensors via computer to tell you if it is the sensor or the cat.
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May 18th, 2011
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Manage My Life
If you open your hood and look at your engine, below you will see the exhaust with an aluminum plate covering it. There will be an o2 sensor that screws into a hole in the exhaust with wires coming out of the end of it. When you take the sensor out, it should be slightly blackened at the end. Just remove it and replace it with a new one.
by Manage My Life
May 17th, 2011
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I'm sorry that you are having car problems .I just got my car out of the garage yesterday. OUCH! Managemylife.com is a great place to get help on any subject. I did some research for you and found this web link that I hope will assist you until your expert can respond. I hope you can take care of this yourself and save some money.
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May 13th, 2011
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