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2005 Suzuki Forenza S Oxygen Sensor replacement

I own a 2005 Suzuki Forenza S. I am going to replace both oxygen sensors myself. I would like to use the universal ones because they are cheaper. Do I have to splice or they make adapters?

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You will need to splice in the universal ones.

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