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91 dodge w150 360 Does this vehicle have that o2 sensor for the cataylic converter cause i want to know if i put a new cat on there it wont mess up the sensor ( if present )

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Yes it does have an 02 sensor I recomend replacing the 02 sensor and doing a tune-up after replacing a converter

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