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What kind of oxygen sensor do I need to use for a toyota corolla 2003 / 04 model?

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After market won works great don,t need the dealer Won just put it in and away ya go

Posted on Apr 08, 2015

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    Marisa Patterson Apr 08, 2015

    Thanks.. ok my next step is to order it online, except i don't which one to pick. Cause they all have different codes. Please help!!!



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The idea is to check for exhaust leaks first then the front sensor and rear sensor. If these all check out then the cat needs to be replaced.

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