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Need to change the O2 sensor where is it exactly in a 1999 dodge caravan need a picture if possible

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The O2 sensors should be on the exhaust system below the exhaust manifold. You will need a special socket with a slot in it to replace it. Be sure to spray WD-40 on it (WHEN IT IS COOLED OFF) to help loosen it.

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