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Old May 2nd, 2013, 04:52 PM
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Just to put information out there, I've been blessed with CEL and emmissions failure due to heater circuit open downstream. After lots of research(cause I'm a tightwad), I found o2 sensors for $45 at discounto2sensor.com. I also purchased an exhaust flange gasket for 9.95. They have cats too...
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Old May 2nd, 2013, 05:06 PM
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The NTK 25044 is a good alternative to the spendy Bosch sensors. Being a fiscally prudish individual as well i shopped around. They were on amazon for 48 with free shipping, i went to my local parts house and asked them if they could get that part, 50 each and had them a couple of hours later. 100 for two NTK's or 100 for one Bosch? no brainer there..
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Old May 2nd, 2013, 05:17 PM
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I thought the NTK's were OEM
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may very well be, i know they do a lot of OEM stuff. Also, the p/n I listed is for a 97 with AEL. for a 97 without AEL the part number is NTK 25017
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Old May 3rd, 2013, 08:27 AM
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At the risk of sounding stupid, what is AEL?
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At the risk of sounding stupid, what is AEL?
Not a stupid question. Advanced evaporative loss system. It's part of emission controls.
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Not a stupid question. Advanced evaporative loss system. It's part of emission controls.
Yup, part of the commiefornia emissions package.. I don't know if any 97 D90's shipped with AEL, but i know in 96-99 Discoveries (same engine) there's a lot more nanny emissions garbage than in a non AEL truck.
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