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Old 02-12-2010, 09:52 PM
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my check engine light recently came on and i took it to a local parts store and had them run the codes. They told me it was the number 3 oxygen sensor. i was wandering if anyone could tell me which one that would be? and how hard it would be to replace.
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It is the sensor behind the catalytic converter. A wrench is all that is required.
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