Doe's the oxygen sensor or sensor's need replaced? Thanks
My car has 113261 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.
An inspection of your Check Engine Light would need to be done first to retrieve the stored codes in the computer and then the codes pinpoint tests done.
The needs to be done to know if there is a problem with the O2 sensors or one or more of hundreds of possible codes that can cause the light to be on in your vehicle. Without testing you cannot determine why the light is on.
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