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I need to know where you would locate a o2 censor and 2 map censors for a 2000 Pontiac Grand Am..V-6? I have no idea where to even begin looking on the car.

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The O2 sensors are found on the exhaust pipe. They screw into the pipe and has wires coming off of them. The MAP sensor has a 3 or 4 wire plug with a vacuum hose connected to it commonly found on the intake or firewall.

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