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|04-20-2017 11:49 PM|
|Rburkhart_is300||Just curious if anyone has the Denso part # for the 2 pre cat O2s. Ordering them off Amazon and just wanna make sure I get the right one. Thanks!|
|11-21-2016 04:32 PM|
I think it should be noted that on both banks, sensor 1(precat, upstream) is the one that will effect performance. B1S2 and B2S2 (post cat, downstream) really only need to be replaced if you live in an emissions county.
Also, when it comes to getting these little b****** off, PB Blaster seemed to work wonders. Also, my local Autozone had a o2 sensor socket set that they rented out to me. This made it super easy for me. Especially B2S1(beside firewall).
|11-01-2016 11:30 AM|
|11-01-2016 07:31 AM|
|MALAWI||Very helpfull info that i'm using it to fixe my car! thank you.|
|03-02-2016 02:44 PM|
|03-02-2016 08:27 AM|
|03-02-2016 03:15 AM|
Denso. Autozone is always overpriced I've found. Amazon or Rock Auto is your best bet.
|03-01-2016 08:49 PM|
|Baphometpwnsyou||Good brand? I always go to autozone|
|02-09-2016 04:57 AM|
|02-08-2016 08:53 AM|
Is there any trustworthy evidence that it's not the case with our car?
I read many o2 sensor related discussions here and saw forum members reporting better performance and fuel mileage after fixing S2-related codes like P0161 or P0141 by replacing the affected sensor. How could this be explained?
|01-27-2016 01:30 PM|
|dallison||How did you guys get b2s1 sensor out? Trying to do it with the socket seems inpossible. Do i need to use a wrench for that one?|
|08-07-2015 08:40 AM|
|onebratt08||I would be careful with the simulators. I had one on my car for years and it worked fine. I had actually forgotten that we installed it. My car recently needed some major repairs (cats and new O2 sensors) and that simulator caused a lot of confusion. It caused the computer to keep throwing O2 sensor codes after all the sensors were replaced. The shop couldn't figure it out. It wasn't until I was looking around here and saw some posts about the simulator that I remembered that my car has one. I thought it was a long-shot, but told the shop about it. After the removed it, the last code cleared. They "shamed" me telling me that I could have ruined my computer...and I am $2200 poorer and spent 10 days without a car. I suspect given the age and mileage of my car, the cats needed replaced anyway, but the extra trouble cost me an extra $600. The O2 sensors are relatively cheap...not much more than I recall paying for the simulator. I wish I had been smart enough years ago to replace the sensor, rather than put the simulator on.|
|05-03-2015 02:46 PM|
There are thick ones that are really plug n play and do not need repining or splicing. They are actually not that expensive they are around 80 something dollars
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|12-26-2014 11:04 PM|
denso o2 part numbers
Find My Part | DENSO Auto Parts
|10-09-2014 03:34 PM|
Well I finally got round to replacing one of my O2's (B1S1) with the Denso part 234-4209. The wires color codes matched up fine. Note the Denso has crimp connectors in the box, When I tried to solder I found out the wires do not solder well, the wires do not want to wet and are probably not a copper alloy.
So just crimp them in to the original harness.
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