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I have a mitsubishi outlander 2004. Where is the o2 sensor located? I need to replace it.

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When the O2 sensor begins to malfunction, it can affect the performance of your engine. Replace a malfunctioning sensor, then plan on recycling the old one. O2 sensors contain a small amount of platinum, and some manufacturers and parts suppliers will take them for recycling. You can also "recycle" your own oxygen sensors by cleaning them and reusing them.


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If you look in the middle front at the exhaust they are there, on top middle, second down right

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