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02 sensors wiring

I have a 1996 jag xj6 i have bought 02 sensors which have four wires , the iwres on the car are red,yellow,black,grey but the wires on the new sensors are white , white, grey,black anybody know what gos to what colour thanks PS the connector did not come with sensors so having to use old ones hence the reason why i need to know which colour goes to which thanks

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The yellow and white wires take any white wire.I dont now why they dont tell you that.And just fit black to black and grey to grey that simple good luck pippall.

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