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Oxygen sensor my check engine light went on, so I had it diagnosed at my local autozone. They told me it was the oxygen sensors. I bought them but haven't replaced them just yet. Now my truck trembles when im stopped, or parked, and jerks when I turn it on and put it in drive or reverse. Is it the oxygen sensors or is there more to it? Is there a special procedure in replacing the oxygen sensor? I'm not an expert, and just learning about cars.

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Yes, its the oxygen sensors. install what you bought.

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