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Re: OXS light


	I replaced the oxygen sensor on my father's 5KTQ a year ago.  It 
had alot of miles on it, and when I installed the Air/Fuel ratio meter, I 
noticed that the sensor was not giving a signal that made any sense, even 
though the OXS light had not lit up.  After I replaced it, everything 
was back to normal, and Dad typically gets 30-35mpg now.
	Note that Bosch O2 sensors are only expected to last 60,000 
miles, although I have seen them last alot longer than that.
	If your OXS light has lit, that probably means you need a new 
one.  I would recommend replacing it.  They are not very 

Graydon D. Stuckey

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