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Look near the oil filter for the drivers side flat 4 pin connector.
My car is apart right now so I can't go look and see exactly where it is, but for some reason if I remember correctly I am thinking that when I installed my o2 sensor harness extension that it was done from the top and then pulled down toward the header collector.
Thank you for helping me, I found them. Looks like it got wrapped inside of the reloom job someone did...meaning I havnt had functioning O2 sensor for quite some time.
Ordered an extension to work with my long tubes.
For anyone in the future finding this on google
94-95 cars have two flat o2 connectors, one on each side that are heated.
96-97 cars have two flat o2 connectors, one on each side that are heated in the front, as well as two square plugs that are heated in the back, these are like the 98-02 cars.
1998 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 6-Speed
Last edited by nascarnate326; 03-24-2013 at 09:29 PM..
Reason: fixed for future reference
You got some bad information. 93s are the only non-heated O2 cars (f-body). All other year O2s front and rear are heated.
This is on my website:
Originally Posted by shbox.com
1993 LT1 f-body cars have two 1 wire, non-heated O2 sensors. 1994-1997 have two 4 wire, heated O2 sensors (with 1996-97 cars having two additional rear (post cat) O2s to comply with OBD-II). On the f-body, front O2s use a flat connector. When rear O2s are present, they use a square connector.