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Where is the Oxygen Sensor located on a 1997 Mazda 626 LX with an automatic transmission and 4 cylinder engine?

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2006-11-06 20:48:47

oxygen sensor is usually in the rear of the exhaust maifold or in the exhaust pipe itself

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