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if it fits it will probably work, but make sure that the sensor is the correct type. there are at least two different types of sensors. check with your dealer for the correct type. if their part is too expensive, you can get less expensive substitutes somewhere else that will work well with your car.
WHICH ENGINE YOU GOT?... V6 OR 4 CYLINDER?
On the V6 there are four (4) oxygen sensors (O2 Snsr), and on the 4 cylinder there are two (2) O2 Snsrs. The Upstream O2 sensors are in the exhaust manifolds at the top, and the downstream O2 sensors are at the bottom of it or in the exhaust pipe.
1. Remove the Alternator Belt. 2. Remove the Water Pump Pulley 3. Remove the Air Conditioner Belt and Power Steering Belt. 4. Remove the Crankshaft Pulley. 5. Remove the timing belt cover 6. Remove the timing belt tensioner pulley. 7. Remove the Timing Belt. 8. (If Replacing) Remove Idler Pulley. Installation is reverse of removal. Keep a close eye on the timing marks on the cam sprockets to make sure you don't knock anything out of whack.
I would strongly recommend replacing the water pump while you are replacing the timing belt. (The water pump usually comes in the timing belt kit.) Otherwise you are going to have to do this all over again when your water pump goes out. Good Luck.