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1998 maxima o2 sensor?

How many different sensors are there? I know ther are 3, but are any of them the same.

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Yes there are 3 O2 sensors on your car and yes there are all different. The one in the rear goes into the floor with a grommet inside of the vehicle under your seat with a different connector than the front O2 sensors and the front ones have different harnesses (longer and shorter). Hope that helps.

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