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O2 sensor Vehicle keeps stalling out but not die'ing. Its not constant, somedays will drive fine, others I would rather walk. Ive had 2 tell me (using check box) that its the o2 sensor, 2 others say its the fuel pump. Im leaning towards the sensor. Here is the problem, before I buy the sensor, Ive heard there is one before and one after the converter. Is this true? 2003 dodge stratus sedan se, 2.4l dohc. thanks

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Well i think one o2 senor is by the manifold and the other is under your vehicle by the convertor

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