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Old 10-05-2004, 10:50 AM   #1
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1991 w150

i just bought a 91 w150 4x4 w/a 318 auto trans.dose anyone know the location of the oxeygen sensor. not in manifolds or y-pipe anywhere i can see. just a tube off back of each manifold that goes behind motor somewhere. its running rich so i would like to find this and replace it.not sure if original y-pipe. previous owner might have eliminated sensor???
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Old 10-05-2004, 11:40 PM   #2
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Re: 1991 w150

I have an 88 D100, and I'm not sure if it applies, but mine was behind the Y-pipe, a few inches back. Since have removed cat and installed duals so I can't remember exactly how far back.
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Old 10-06-2004, 11:09 AM   #3
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Re: 1991 w150

did you reinstall the oxygen sensor with new exhaust or is yours not computer controlled anymore? i plan on putting headers and duals on but would like to keep the fuel injection so i at least need to find the oxygen sensor wire!!!
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Re: 1991 w150

From what I understand, the oxygen sensor is right where Bama said it was. And I have been told that when you take off the cat, all you have to do is tap the pipe, and put the sensor in the hole.
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Re: 1991 w150

Yep, all I did was tap one of the two pipes (true duals) and inserted the sensor. I went ahead and installed a new sensor for new measure, and yes, sadly, my truck if still comp. controlled fuel injection.
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Re: 1991 w150

That's the way to do it, for sure.
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Re: 1991 w150

thanks guys. i found it on manifold just out of sight.
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