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Where is the oxygen sensor on 92 sl Saturn?

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2005-12-09 20:52:35
2005-12-09 20:52:35

It's going to be on the exhaust system somewhere. My 97 has it right in front of the motor next to the radiator coming out of the exhaust manifold. Looks like a spark plug looking thing with a single wire coming out of it.

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