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Where is the O2 sensor for bank 1 sensor 1 for a 2000 mercury mountaineer?

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2014-03-06 04:52:03

The oxygen sensor for bank 1 sensor 1 for a 2000 mercury mountaineer is on the cylinder #1 side.

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