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Old 03-24-2011, 04:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Oxygen sensors? Which one?

Hey Ya'll,

Found out my upstream O2 sensor is bad so I'm going to replace both while I'm at it. I was going to go with Bosch, but read that they are "sluggish." Any one use or like Bosch? What about Denso? BWD? Walker? The best prices I found were Amazon.com with upstream and downstream Bosch = $141. Both Denso's from Amazon are $170 and both Walker's from Amazon are $163. Whatcha thinkin?

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Buy a "universal" O2 sensor from your local parts store. It'll cost ya ~$70. I'd go with Denso. The downside is you have to use the pigtail (connector) off your old O2 sensor. Not a big deal if you ask me, and I think most come with instructions.

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