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Where is the oxygen sensor on the 2002 Hyundai Santa FE with the V6 2 point 7 liter engine located?

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2007-02-07 23:12:47
2007-02-07 23:12:47

THERE ARE 4 O2 SENSORS. BOTH FRONT O2 SENSORS ARE LOCATED ON THE EXHAUST MANIFOLDS AND THE REARS AFTER THE MANIFOLD/CAT. BANK 1 SENSORS ARE LOACTED ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE ENGINE AGAINST THE FIREWALL. BANK 2 SENSORS ARE LOCATED ON THE LEFT SIDE OR RADIATOR SIDE.

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