How many O2 sensors does a 2000 Toyota camry have?

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Asked by Mar 06, 2013 at 09:00 PM about the 2000 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Two.

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Are you replacing them?

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Yes I'm trying!

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Thank you for responding!

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I'm kinda wondering how you doin' on this...found that I needed a special socket -13/16 with a slot going up the side for the wire- Probably you could use a vice grips or channel locks on it, but probably tough if you's aint gots the right toolses-

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might have been 19mm, I could check the old toolbox, but not even sure these are the same goodies.

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I'm still contemplating the job!

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ain't nothin to it...unscrew....that's about it.

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channel locks or vice grips, you don't have to have a socket for it.

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Thanks for the comments & answers! Will probably change this weekend!

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Hi guys i need to know about the sensors, i know there 2 types, universal and 4 wires. do I need both? Also im aware that there is one before the catalitic and one after, correct? Gee im so nervous about doing this my self! HELP!

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You can do this, Lissy! does that help? rah-rah-rah...go lissy go! take two for the team now, we're countin' on you! Do it, do it, you know you can do it!

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Lol, thanks!

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well guys like u said nothing to it, just need that special socket. It cost me 11.00 bucks, the O2 was a little pricey, my car said it was made in Kentucky but when i got the part had to go get the one that was made in californis. well atleast i didnt have to pay a mechanic! thanks guys, till the next advenrure! CIAO!

wooowooo Lizzie!...my heart is soaring right now~

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is there a difference between the universal n non universal

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