O2 sensor

Phil Rose pjrose at frontiernet.net
Thu Apr 24 18:40:50 EDT 2003

At 3:13 PM -0600 4/24/03, Brandon Rogers wrote:
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>Hey guys-
>I think this was touched on recently, but i want to clarify anyway.
>I recently bought a 3-wire Bosch O2 from Rod at TPC for $99, then
>saw the GPR ad in ec listing 3-wires O2's for $49.  I called and
>asked the guy if it was the appropriate sensor for the 200 20V, also
>asking if it plugged right into the harness with the connector.  He
>said yes they're all the same.  I bit.  It arrived and it only has a
>short ~5 inch lead with crimp connectors and heat shrink tubing.
>The one i got from Rod has a _much_ longer lead and came with a
>factory connector for the harness, just plug it in.  Are these both
>OK to use?  I'm a little annoyed at the guy at GPR....

I'm not sure what you expected from GPR. A generic Bosch 3-wire
sensor, p/n 13913, at Pep Boys costs about the same  but comes with
no crimps or shrink tubing (I thought the leads were  a bit longer
than 5", though). The oem-type sensor from TPC at $99 sounds like a
good price. Both should be fine to use.


Phil Rose
Rochester, NY
mailto:pjrose at frontiernet.net

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