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Dav

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1988
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ranger xlt
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none but it is a convertible
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. It went bad after I worked on my cat. it got a little bit of cat inerds on that fouled it out.
since the cat is downstream of the O2 sensor i have located, i have to ask if there is a downstream sensor also? i didn't find one but then too, i didn't find the first one until i asked about it.
the old cars were solid, for sure. that t-bird tore the back fender and bumper off a beetle on it's way to opening up a van from drivers door to tail light (looked like an old can opener at work) took a coffee cup's worth of bondo to fix the bird. (my ma sold my triumph TR3 while i was in Nam to pay off the VW owner)
 


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alwaysFlOoReD

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Just the 1 o2. I think its 96 they went to 2.
 

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Yes, the 2.9l only ever had one O2 sensor

3.0l/4.0l had two O2s, and in 1995 got a 3rd, behind Cat converter
 


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