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Old 12-31-2010, 04:00 PM
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2000 f250 o2 sensors

Hi, just wondering how many o2 sensors are on my truck. i only see one, and its pre-cat, but the parts store says theres 4!! he said 2 pre cat and 2 post cat, but i am sure there arent any post cat

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btw 5.4L, 5 spd, supercab short box if that makes a difference
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Good question! on My 00 F250 Duty it has no cats (as i bought it that way) and i have been wondering about O2 sensors on or after the cats; (if any) as well. wish i could help but i am in the same boat, well truck!!
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With a 5.4l you have at least 2 O2 sensors, one on each side after the exhaust manifold, before the y-pipe and cat. No rear sensors on my 99 either...
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O2

I'm not 100% sure but some states are stricter than others, so it may depend on where the vehicle was sold originally. example (California dealer)?

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Update to my last post..

For any one still looking for how many o2 sensors they should have, see:

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/35...n-sensors.html
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some 2,some 4
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