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How often do i change oxygen sensor

My car is misfiring and when in park it is idle like it wants to die

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You change the Front or Upstream Oxygen Sensors
every 100,000 miles or sooner, if they fail or slow down,
on ALL Vehicles

The Rear Sensors can stay until they fail

Doubt the Cylinder Misfires are from the O2 Sensors

You have to look at the reason for & correct the misfires

You should have a steady or flashing dash light on

If so, stop using it before you ruin the converter & get
it diagnosed & ALL Vehicle problems resolved at one time

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