Q: Bosch's Website Says My Car Can Accept a Universal O2 Sensor

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I cannot tell whether I can run a universal 02 sensor. Bosch's website says a universal sensor will go in my car, but it does not say specifically whether it can run as the upstream air/fuel sensor, which I need to replace.

Any assistance you can provide will be much appreciated.

My car has 120000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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