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Does your Jeep have a bad oxygen sensor? If so, shop our variety of original equipment and aftermarket oxygen sensors. Oxygen sensors are typically located at a couple of points in your exhaust system and are fairly simple for a mechanic to replace.

Not sure if your oxygen sensor is bad? The best way to check for a bad oxygen sensor is by first looking for a check engine light. If the check engine light is on, then plug in an ODB-II Scanner. The scanner will tell you the issue. If you have an older Jeep without an ODB-II port, then listen for your engine to have a rough idle or poor gas mileage. Both can be signs that the O2 sensor needs to be replaced.