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02 sensors wiring 2004 hyundai. have a universal 02 sensor doesn't have same amount of wires.

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    where is the 02 sensor on a hyundai atoz1.0

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    where is the 02 sensor on a hyundai atoz1.0

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If there is not the same amount of wires it will not work. I can tell you from past experience they may be cheaper but it will cost you in the long run. Do yourself a favor and get the correct O2 sensor for your car. You don't have to get the O.E. sensor from the dealer, you should be able to find a reasonably priced aftermarket sensor that will plug right in.

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