Q: I need an upstream O2 sensor replaced, I am going to purchase the part, I just need to make sure it is the right one

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I need to replace my upstream O2 sensor on my vehicle. I ordered the wrong part last time. If I provide a picture and a part name can you tell me if I selected the correct part?

My car has 46500 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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