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cel P0153 MY2000 Boxster S


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hey guys, i got a cel p0153 couple days ago. i got the code from m y local autozone store. as soon as the guy gave me the code i knew i had this problem before and sure enough i have gotten the same code and replaced the O2 sensor about 1-1/2 ago. now since i have replaced this sensor before so is not a big deal for me to replace it again.

but my question is this normal for the same O2 sensor to go bad in such a short time span while all other sensors are still fine. or would there possibly be any other problem that may cause this code to come up.

"P0153 Aging of Oxygen Sensor Ahead of Catalytic Converter (Cylinders 4 - 6) - Below Lower Limit"

thank you all in advance.

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P0153 Oxygen Sensor Ahead of TWC, Bank 2 – Below Limit

Oxygen sensor is dynamically inert - replace the sensor.

What sensor did you use as a replacement? Some of the sensors sold on the Internet have been know to be the wrong spec or have short lives.

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i ordered bosch O2 sensor part number 13806 last time. but i just checked mike focke's page and i think i may have replaced with the wrong one. would that have caused the short lifespan? or would the wrong O2 even work?

on mike's site, for a MY2000 S is listed as bosch 15183. is this correct?

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