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Oxygen sensor part


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Can any body tell me where I can get some pre cat oxygen sensor replacement at a good price.,

I don't want to go Sunset import route for those extra mark out with just a porsche logo stamped on it

thanks

If you really want to go the least expensive route, go for the Bosch "universal fit" O2 sensor for your model. You will just have to use the connector from your old O2 sensor and crimp it on to the new universal fit sensor.

Lots of places on the internet sell these. Go to the Bosch.com site to start.

Regards, Maurice.

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I researched Bosch part numbers to gain a replacement alternator for my vehicle when it needed one. I picked one up for $110, turns out that the rear configuration is slightly different, but the loads and components were identical. It was a similar replacement part for an Audi. Using the part's manufacturer SN can save you $$ almost every time.

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Can any body tell me where I can get some pre cat oxygen sensor replacement at a good price.,

I don't want to go Sunset import route for those extra mark out with just a porsche logo stamped on it

thanks

I bought mine for my 1999 C4 at Autohausaz. Great price for the right Bosch part...shouldn't have to modify anything - "plug and play"

Here's the link: http://www.autohausaz.com/search/product.a...Oxygen%20Sensor

Aloha,

808C4 :)

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I used the universial route clamped the wire... did not solder.. came out with some new code regarding the resistance of the o2 sensor is too high...

thats why I am now trying out the direct plug and play replacment

Can any body tell me where I can get some pre cat oxygen sensor replacement at a good price.,

I don't want to go Sunset import route for those extra mark out with just a porsche logo stamped on it

thanks

I bought mine for my 1999 C4 at Autohausaz. Great price for the right Bosch part...shouldn't have to modify anything - "plug and play"

Here's the link: http://www.autohausaz.com/search/product.a...Oxygen%20Sensor

Aloha,

808C4 :)

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