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How to install an 02sensor in my 94 jeep cherokee 6cl.

Failed inspection was told it was sensor by inspector. my mechanic said it is cat. that I don't have a sensor. Was told by one parts store that I had only one 02 sensor, other store said I have 2. Only then to be told one of them had to come from Dealer???????????? What now?

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Check this info: Jeep XJ - Sect 11 Exhaust System

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Go under the car and look at the exhaust pipe coming off the manifold. Your car does have a sensor. The sensor is screwed into the pipe and it has wires coming off of it. Cats. do not fail, sensors do.

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