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WHERE'S THE OXYGEN SENSOR IN MY CELICA VVTI?

Hi, I have a 2000 (x Reg) Celica VVTI. I'm told my 'front oxygen sensor' is faulty. Not wanting to pay garage prices I am looking to replace it with a good 2nd hand part but can you tell me what I'm looking for and where is it in the car (presumably on the exhaust but is it in the engine compartment and visible from above, or only visible from below)?
Any photo or diagram would help.
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Hi,
can't tell you exactly where it is, but it will be on the first section of the exhaust (usually within a fooy or so of the manifold). There are a few types of Lambda sensor but they basically do the same thing. If you are a bit of a handy man, consider buying a universal sensor off ebay, they are much cheaper and just as good. You will have to use your original connector, so you'll need a pair of snips and some electrical connectors (scotch blocks etc)
In your ebay search type "universal lambda sensor"

hope this helps.......Dave

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