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Can someone post the correct part number for the oxygen sensor for bank 1 ahead of catalytic converter for a 99' Boxster.

Sure, here you go:

1997-1999 986 Boxster 2.5L

986-606-126-01 (all four sensors are the same.)

Here is the best site I have found regarding O2 sensors for the Boxster. It is Mike Focke's site.

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Can someone post the correct part number for the oxygen sensor for bank 1 ahead of catalytic converter for a 99' Boxster.

Sure, here you go:

1997-1999 986 Boxster 2.5L

986-606-126-01 (all four sensors are the same.)

Here is the best site I have found regarding O2 sensors for the Boxster. It is Mike Focke's site.

PRESS HERE

Thanks KB!

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hi,

DME M3301 have 3 faults present:

Oxygen sensor behind catalytic converter, bank 1

Oxygen sensor ageing period, bank 1

Oxygen sensor ageing delay, bank 1

suggested part number: 98661866005

It is for 2001 Boxster S. However, I can't locate the listed part number to purchase. can anyone help me, please?

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hi,

DME M3301 have 3 faults present:

Oxygen sensor behind catalytic converter, bank 1

Oxygen sensor ageing period, bank 1

Oxygen sensor ageing delay, bank 1

suggested part number: 98661866005

It is for 2001 Boxster S. However, I can't locate the listed part number to purchase. can anyone help me, please?

Hi Boxsterspharm,

I'm not seeing that part number?

Bank 1 is passenger side.

2000-2002 986 Boxster 2.7L or 3.2L

986-606-127-01 - 2000-2002 in front of the starter catalytic-converter - $303.18 retail

986-606-128-01 - 2000-2002 after the starter catalytic-converter - $303.18 retail

You can do better than dealer prices, check Sunset, Pelican or Autoparts Warehouse.

Might consider swapping sides, reset the codes and see what codes appear?

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Here is a photo of your stock exhaust. On each bank there is a manifold that leads to the muffler.

The red dots identify the pre-cat(before) O2 Sensor (#26), the catalytic converter(#2) and post-cat (after) O2 Sensor (#25). The red dots are on the driver's side manifold.

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Here is the best site I have found regarding O2 sensors for the Boxster. It is Mike Focke's site.

PRESS HERE

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