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Many thanks upfront! Only 2 O2 sensors… Both can be seen from the top of the engine, looking down at the exhaust manifold/precat.
2002-2004 Nissan Altima with 3.5 Engine O2 Sensor Location. Models: 2002 Nissan Altima.
Can some one tell me how many oxygen or a/f sensor nissan altima 2007 2.5s have and where is the location of the sensor? Your 2.5 Altima has 2 A/F ratio sensors. Sensor 1 (upstream) is at the top (pre-cat) and sensor 2 downstream (see diagram). You should replace both.
Two oxygen sensors per exhaust pipe allow a vehicle’s engine control computer to compare the cleanliness of the exhaust before it enters the catalytic converter to the exhaust after it exits.
If you have the 4 cylinder engine, then this is the top sensor right in the front of the engine. If it’s the 6, then this is the top sensor on the back bank of the engine near the firewall BEFORE the catalytic converter.
- Reduced gas mileage.
- A bad smell like rotten eggs coming from the exhaust.
- The check engine light comes on.
- You notice that your engine idles roughly.
- The car is suddenly hard to start.
There are no true oxygen sensor cleaners that are safe to put through your engine. While some people choose to remove them and use a wire brush or an aerosol cleaner to remove deposits, we do not recommend trying to clean O2 sensors.
Bank 1 Sensor 1 means Upstream Right/Rear;Bank 2 Sensor 1 means Upstream Left/Front;Bank 1 Sensor 2 means Downstream Right/Rear;Bank 2 Sensor 2 means Downstream Left/Front.
The primary oxygen sensor (air/fuel ratio sensor) is in the intake manifold below the heat shield-2.5L engine shown.
How many O2 sensors does my vehicle have? The number of O2 sensors depends on the number of the exhaust pipe. As required, each exhaust pipe has to be equipped with one catalytic converter, and for each catalytic converter, there are two O2 sensors. So there might be two, four, or six O2 sensors in your vehicle.
O2 sensors are a “wear item” and are recommended to be replaced every 75k mi. (if I remember correctly, check the FSM). Consider them part of a really proper tune-up regimen. Simply put, they are providing one set of input for your fuel injection system so it can manage things optimally.
The upstream oxygen sensor is situated before the catalytic converter whereas the downstream oxygen sensor is located after the catalytic converter. … Knowing the location of the oxygen sensor at fault is important. The number and location of the oxygen sensors are specific to every vehicle’s year, make and model.