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Old 01-31-2010, 08:04 PM   #1
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So i want a heated O2 sensor, are all the o2 sensors the same thread and size? I'm thinking about going to the jy and pulling one. it seems that they are around 60-90$ new.

Or should I get one from a specific make and model? Right now I have a standard one wire 240 o2 sensor in the 145.
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Old 01-31-2010, 08:35 PM   #2
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They are the same size. Every used sensor I've grabbed from a junker failed to work properly, so good luck on that.

The 4 wire Bosch 15727 is under 41$ delivered from amazon.com, don't have to hook up the extra ground if you dont want to.

IINM the sensor threads are M18 x 1.5
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Here is a cut and paste (via another site) that worked for me: I used the NTK (Japan ver.) and passed emissions the next day. Ebay under $30.00. Don't bother with a used one, tried that and it failed. Three wire setup 2 white 1 black. Plugged white to white (regardless) and black to black. Cleared OBD and worked fine.

3 wires.


Recommend one of the following:
→13913 Bosch 3 wire Universal (under 40$ at Autozone)**
→13942 Bosch 3 wire (92 V8 Mustang, 8.5" long wire, 39$ @ Autozone)
→13953 Bosch 3 wire (92 V8 Mustang, 16.5" long wire, 40$ @ Autozone)**

These are the same sensor as the 13034, which is the direct fit version for your car. Just ask the parts counter for a Bosch 13913 it's typically the cheapest one
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Here is a cut and paste (via another site) that worked for me: I used the NTK (Japan ver.) and passed emissions the next day. Ebay under $30.00. Don't bother with a used one, tried that and it failed. Three wire setup 2 white 1 black. Plugged white to white (regardless) and black to black. Cleared OBD and worked fine.

3 wires.


Recommend one of the following:
→13913 Bosch 3 wire Universal (under 40$ at Autozone)**
→13942 Bosch 3 wire (92 V8 Mustang, 8.5" long wire, 39$ @ Autozone)
→13953 Bosch 3 wire (92 V8 Mustang, 16.5" long wire, 40$ @ Autozone)**

These are the same sensor as the 13034, which is the direct fit version for your car. Just ask the parts counter for a Bosch 13913 it's typically the cheapest one
Uh, wherever you found that, part of it came from this somewhat out of date thread:
http://forums.turbobricks.com/showthread.php?t=70326
Which I will update sometime soon as the 15727 is far superior to the any of the above, even though it's 4 wires, you do not have to hook up the 4th wire, and it comes with an awesome weather proof splicing system.

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