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I bought a replacement oxygen sensor providing instructions for new part wire color connections. The old and original part bring different color of wires. What should I do?

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Return the Sensor

You want an OEM replacement
that is exactly like your old one

Screw it in Tighten a little
and plug in wire connector

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