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Old February 27th, 2009, 07:23 AM
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Screaming O2 sensor deal!

Ok, I can't guarantee I have the cross reference right, but I am sure enough and the price is low enough that I just ordered a pair.

According to the D-90.com FAQ, Nissan part number 22690-61A00 will work by splicing in your existing connector.

This website cross-references the Nissan # to Standard SG-130.
http://bbb-carb.com/std/oem-nissan/oxygen-sensors.htm

RockAuto.com has them on clearance right now for $27
But as of this post there are only 6 left.

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Old February 27th, 2009, 11:52 AM
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No, definitely not for the '97

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Parts arrived today. Stamped "Nissan" on the sensor, which is a good sign. Also has the correct wire colors, nose profile and appears to be the correct thread. Since 12mm thread is only one type of sensor, I'm feeling more confident now. Will install tomorrow.

And just to confirm, I believe this sensor would be correct for all the 3.9 engines running the 14CUX hot-wire ECU and 3-wire sensors.

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Work on 4.2 as well. I have used them with great success, got them from local Napa. Make sure you put shrink tube on the solder points when you attach the old connector.
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wish I'd known about this back in october....oh well, soon there will no longer be any O2 sensors in my fleet...

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Ok, I can't guarantee I have the cross reference right, but I am sure enough and the price is low enough that I just ordered a pair.

According to the D-90.com FAQ, Nissan part number 22690-61A00 will work by splicing in your existing connector.

This website cross-references the Nissan # to Standard SG-130.
http://bbb-carb.com/std/oem-nissan/oxygen-sensors.htm

RockAuto.com has them on clearance right now for $27
But as of this post there are only 6 left.

-Hans
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