Q: How mant O2 sensors does a 2013 Ford Explorer have with a 3.5L V6

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How mant O2 sensors does a 2013 Ford Explorer have with a 3.5L V6

My car has 125000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi Traveler. Thanks for contacting us today. On a Ford 3.0 V6, there are a total of (4) O2 sensors, two on each side of the engine. There are upstream and downstream sensors, two of them on the exhaust manifold are upstream, and two after the catalytic converter that are downstream.

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