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Lexus sc400, 1992

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I'm looking to know how many oxygen sensors has my car and where are they/
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You will have 2 for a 4 cylinder and 4 with a 6 cylinder and duel exaust the will belocated after the exaust manifold before the resinator and before the catalayic converter. please rate this

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