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I just recently had a new catalac converter put on

Did not take care of the sputtering need to replace sensors can i do that myself? and would it be the back or front?

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Yes an o2 sensor is easy to replace. All you need is an open end wrench. I believe the one for the cat would be the back sensor aswell.

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The fact you asked says you can't diagnose yourself

When you get a check light on you don't continue to
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Only then do you have an idea if you should use it

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