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2002 honda cr-v o2 sensor

Can you tell me if the o2 sensor is before the catalytic converter or after it?

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There are two of them, one right before the catalytic convertor one in the middle. You can find a picture of them here http://www.hondaautomotiveparts.com/auto/jsp/mws/PartsSearch.jsp
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