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Will do, engine light is off now, but was told sensor could die at anytime, or its fine and was just a fluke. Something about the sensor heater. Seems excessive to replace them all when only one might be bad and there is only 20k miles on the car. Thanks for the input!
Has anyone replaced their Oxygen Sensors? Place that just worked on my car told me $1200 with parts and labor. Found this page and it seems pretty simple. Anyone have any success? Thanks. http://996oxygen.blogspot.com/2012/01/how-to-change-911-996-oxygen-sensor.html And does this place have decent prices for parts? Thanks! http://www.autohausaz.com/search/product.aspx?sid=45q1fq20uvv1gd55rnsgqkqx&makeid=800019@Porsche&modelid=1357185@911%20(996)&year=1999&cid=19@Emission%20System&gid=5132@Oxygen%20Sensor
NorCalTransplant replied to Stakeman's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)Love to see the pictures when you have the time.
Great question, I just spent an hour on this thread and Casper Labs is gone now? What happened to all the customer reviews that were going to come in?
Any status on this? Just curious. I am about to be given a '99 C4 Cab that has been sitting for awhile. Trying to gain all knowledge possible before it is in my hands :).