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Misfire and low power, think its the o2 sensor because i already checked the plugs and wires, fuel filter, fuel pump, but i also havent checked the distributor cap or rotary button, could it be the o2 sensor?

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First off there is no distributer cap or button. There are three individual coils. Instead of a distributer it is computer controlled ignition(spark).
Your service engine light should be on above your gas gage on your dash. You need to have the computer scanned for trouble codes. There are many components that may be causing the problem. Even if one of the 2 o2 sensors is bad there is probably something else causing problem.

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