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MAIN OXIGTEN SENSOR NEED TO BE REPLACED. HOW DO I ASK FOR THE PART.

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Go to your local parts store and tell them the year, make and model of your vehicle. Tell them the size of engine and whether the transmission is automatic or manual.
Just tell them you need a new Oxygen sensor. That would be the one for the catalytic converter.

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