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Old June 7th, 2004, 04:50 PM
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OXYGEN SENSOR Question? ... Vendor ?

I figured while I'm playing around with my exhaust and I've noticed a slight 'clog' that I'll switch out the OXYGEN SENSORS as well. why not...

Hmm...

Is this the right part #: ERR6729 ? (the OEM part #)

Also, WHERE can I buy a perfect fit, 4 wire I believe replacement, without having to splice wires ???

I tried oxygensensors.com and they have a 3wire replacement for $80

I don't feel like splicing and on top of that I hear that it's an invitation for moisture to creep up in there...

SO... does anyone know where to get a replacement O2 sensor that's 4 wire ??? (decently priced..)

And, while I'm at it, are they a bitch to replace ?

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Old June 7th, 2004, 05:27 PM
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I've always bought from Nathan (discountbritishparts.com) for my genuine LR parts needs. He usually has genuine parts in stock and he's been a pleasure to deal with all the time.
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Old June 7th, 2004, 06:07 PM
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Glenn,

Thank you!
I should have remembered Nathan ... I was JUST on the phone with him last week ordering a OEM rear mat ... I didn't even think... Well, I guess that's one of this board's great features!

Another small question:
Is there a special tool that I need to remove the o2 sensors ?
I think I saw one somewhere online...ah, here it is...
I guess they sell them at regular auto parts stores eh ?

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Use an open end wrench.

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Old June 7th, 2004, 07:14 PM
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Gotcha.
You wouldn't happen to know what size would you ?

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