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1996 Dodge Caravan Oxygen Sensor Delphi

P311-5B246E5    New

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Delphi Oxygen Sensor
  • with Transitional Low Emissions Vehicle (TLEV), and

    with 36" Pigtail Connector
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1996 - Dodge Caravan
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1996 Dodge Grand Caravan Oxygen Sensor Delphi

P311-5B246E5    New

Qty:
$50.16
Delphi Oxygen Sensor
  • with Transitional Low Emissions Vehicle (TLEV), and

    with 36" Pigtail Connector
Brand: Delphi
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1996 - Dodge Grand Caravan

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1996 Dodge Ram mis-firing

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Question From nighthawk1965 on 1996 Dodge Ram mis-firing

1996 Dodge Ram mis-firing on all cylinders. Starts but runs poorly.I have replaced the pick- up coil and the oxygen sensor.The truck ran fine then check engine light came on and truck is coughing and bucking around 50 MPH.Truck has about 180000 miles on a 5.9 liter V8.

Response From zmame

Is the engine light on if so please post all the PXXXX codes stored.

Response From nighthawk1965


Check engine light is on have no codes but local parts store computer reads that all cylinders are mis-firing..

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Check engine light is on have no codes but local parts store computer reads that all cylinders are mis-firing..

There are code numbers to go with that.

Response From zmame

I would try checking the fuel pressure first .. you can rent/borrow a
pressure test at most autoparts store. post your results here .. check it with key on engine off and key on enginerunning.

in desperate need of some help

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Question From burdawg2 on in desperate need of some help

1996 dodge avenger. I bought it 22 days ago. It was stored in an a warehouse for 2 years because the guy who owned it thought it would some kind of collector car down the road but then decided different. long story short. ha ha. Now the car had sat for all that ime with a dead battery,so I drove it for 10 days and it failed NYS emissions test with 5 monitors not ready....catalyst,evaporative system,oxygen sensor,oxygen heater and egr system not ready.I took the car to the dodge dealership because they said the pcm needed to be updated or re-flashed, and now the car still does not pass with 4 monitors noready....catalyst,evap system,oxygen sensor,and oxygen sensor heater not ready.Any help would be great.Oh by the way, no check engine light on.

Response From dave284

The thing is....these monitors has to run a trip cycle/ drive cycle to clear....there are procedures on how to drive the car to do this....most of the places that does the inspections can print this for you....some take a couple of days...some vehicles a couple of weeks, once I had to put 200 miles on a vehicle to clear these monitors.

Response From burdawg2

thats pretty much what everyone keeps telling me, but now I no longer have an inspection sticker and was wondering if there was any other way to do this. Thanks any way.

Response From DanD

You may need to have the thing scanned again looking for any pending codes. A pending code is stored in memory but will not turn on a check engine light. The computer stores this code and waits to see if the fault happens again, within a set of parameters, during a drive cycle. Some faults have to be seen three or four times consecutively before the light will come on. But under the right circumstances a pending code will stop the computer from running a complete monitor readiness check.
So if this car has an intermittent fault; you could drive the wheels off this thing and it may never run a full monitor check
Sorry but I think you’re going back to the garage for the tech’s to hunt down and catch the gremlin?



Dan

Response From dave284

I don't know your state laws, but I'm able to write a letter, giving the the owner a 2 week advance on a dead inspection sticker....maybe you should check with a local repair shop and see if it applies there.LOL.

Response From burdawg2 Top Rated Answer

great news......it finally passed. thanks everyone for your input

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Question From tes on car

hello there it's the same car a 2004 dodge caravan 3.3 engine it now dies right after it starts, and there is the check engine light that says oxygen sensor bank one high, could this be the culprit.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

You're been around here long enough to know not to post duplicate questions. I know you have already been told more than once.

1995 Dodge Intrepid bogs down, surges, and dies after warm

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Question From slow_sprinter on 1995 Dodge Intrepid bogs down, surges, and dies after warm

1995 Dodge Intrepid 154,xxx miles. 3.3 engine

Lacked regular maintenance, just trying to help for a friend.

Cold it starts up and runs fine.

After it warms up, it will surge at idle, buck going down the road, cut out, hesitate, and eventually die.

Scan tool showed an oxygen sensor code (right side rich, left side lean and a camshaft position sensor code) I then accessed the data menu and as it cranked, it did show signal to both the cam and crank position sensors.

There is no continuous check engine light, but when it throws its fit, the light will flash.

Thanks for any help you guys can offer! You have been spot on in the past with all your help

Response From Guest Top Rated Answer

I had a similar issue and replaced the two oxygen sensors and the car ran much better. Good Luck