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Is the oxygen sensor on a 2000 Ford Explorer 4-cylinder 4x4 located in front of or behind the catalytic converter?

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2005-01-10 06:26:52
2005-01-10 06:26:52

You may have two- one in the exhaust manifold/downpipe, and the other just past the catalytic converter.

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