OBD2 Sensors >> Ford 2.0L I4 Ecoboost Engine Sensor Locations

View with cosmetic engine cover installed.  2018 Ford Edge 2.0L I4 EcoBoost
  1. Fuel injectors (under the engine cover)
  2. Fuel Injection pump (under cover at front of engine)
  3. Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor (FRPS) – (located at front of engine on top of cylinder head cover)
  4. Manifold Absolute Pressure Temperature (MAPT) Sensor (at the rear of engine on intake manifold)
  5. Camshaft position sensors (CMP) (located at the front of the engine on the cylinder head)
  6. Variable Camshaft Timing solenoids (located on top of cylinder head covers at rear of engine)
  7. Oil pressure switch (located at the lower rear of the engine)
  8. Knock sensors (KS) (located under cover at the front of the engine)
  9. Crankshaft position sensor (CKP) (located at the front of the engine next to crankshaft pulley)
  10. Cylinder Head Temp Sensor (CHT) (located under the cover at the front towards the front of vehicle)
  11. Coil on Plug Ignition coils (on top of cylinder head cover)
  12. Universal Heated Oxygen Sensor (HO2S11) (located in exhaust manifold at front of engine)
  13. Electronic Throttle Control / Throttle Position Sensor (TPS)

Models Found On

  • 2010–present Ford S-MAX
  • 2010–present Ford Galaxy
  • 2010–present Ford Mondeo
  • 2010–2013 Volvo S60 
  • 2010–2013 Volvo V60 
  • 2010–2011 Volvo V70 2.0T
  • 2012–2017 Volvo XC60 T5
  • 2011–2015 Ford Explorer
  • 2011–present Ford Edge
  • 2011– 2017 Range Rover Evoque
  • 2013–present Ford Escape
  • 2013–2015 Land Rover Freelander 2
  • 2012-2018 Ford Focus ST
  • 2013–2020 Ford Fusion
  • 2013–2017 Ford Taurus
  • 2013–present Lincoln MKZ
  • 2015–2017 Land Rover Discovery Sport
  • 2015–2018 Lincoln MKC
  • 2016–present Ford Transit
  • 2021–present Ford Bronco Sport
  • 2019 Lincoln MKC
  • 2019–present Lincoln Nautilus
  • 2020–present Lincoln Corsair

3 Replies to “Ford 2.0L I4 Ecoboost Engine Sensor Locations”

  1. It is under the intake manifold that you’ll have to pull to get to.Then it is attached to the crankcase ventilation assembly.

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