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Old 01-28-2018, 06:25 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default How many o2 sensors on a 2009 1.5manual swift

Greetings all.

As per topic. Need to know this. I went to the Suzuki dealer in Singapore and all they could tell me about my CEL is "O2 sensor error" and wanted over $300 to fix it.

I know I see one of them up front just in front of the engine. I googled and searched here for any diagrams/pictures etc, but can't seem to find out if this is the only one or there's more.

THe one I can see up front is easy to access and replace. And if I need to replace both. I can't find the other one. Can anyone kindly let me know where should I be looking and if its accessible/removable for a home mechanic?

Many thanks in advance!
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