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Oxygen Sensor Mitsubishi Verada 2001 Wagon

Where is the oxygen sensor on a mitsubishi verada, is it underneath, i can see something hanging down, and thought it might have been scraped and broken going over a ***** of dirt. athe exhaust really smells now. Can it be repaired? Or do I need to buy a new one.

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The oxygen sensor is mounted on the top of the exhaust directly behind the 2nd exhaust inlet, basicaqlly where the 2 pipes meet into one, is screwed in from the top of the pipe. possable that the flexable joints of this pipe may have been damaged and exhaust can leak form these joints

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