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I have a 1997 Dodge Avenger with a O2 sensor code, it is a 2.5 V6, I looked and it has three O2 sensors, which one do I replace?

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First of all you need to have your cpu read with an OBD reader then it will pin point the excact O2 sensor usually autozone or kragens will read it for free i know that pepboys reads it for free just have to make sure they have the time to do it

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Hi there i have 1997 Avalon V6 . the check engine light up # 138 and 401 so can you tell me the name of that two please thnks


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http://www.obd-codes.com/p0401

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