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The passenger side catalytic converter on my 2001 S Type Jaguar has two O2 sensor connections. Both are on the converter body, one on the front of the body and one on the belly. The universal catalytic converter sold by Autopartswarehouse has only one sensor port and the complete unit has three (3) sensor ports. My car only has two sensor ports. How do I install a new converter?

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