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  • Universal Oxygen Sensor
  • Bosch is the world’s leading supplier and original equipment manufacturer of Oxygen Sensors. Bosch invented the automotive oxygen sensor and leads the way in sensor technology and innovation. From overall sensor design to the critical ceramic element, Bosch is known worldwide for quality and performance.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
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Brand: Bosch
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Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
1996 - Ferrari F355 Berlinetta Upstream V 8 Cyl 3.5L 213 3496
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  • Bosch Oxygen Sensor
  • Universal Oxygen Sensor
  • Bosch is the world’s leading supplier and original equipment manufacturer of Oxygen Sensors. Bosch invented the automotive oxygen sensor and leads the way in sensor technology and innovation. From overall sensor design to the critical ceramic element, Bosch is known worldwide for quality and performance.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Bosch
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Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
1996 - Ferrari F355 Berlinetta Downstream V 8 Cyl 3.5L 213 3496
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  • Bosch Oxygen Sensor
  • Universal Oxygen Sensor
  • Bosch is the world’s leading supplier and original equipment manufacturer of Oxygen Sensors. Bosch invented the automotive oxygen sensor and leads the way in sensor technology and innovation. From overall sensor design to the critical ceramic element, Bosch is known worldwide for quality and performance.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Bosch
Position: Upstream
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Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
1994 - Ferrari F355 Berlinetta Upstream V 8 Cyl 3.5L 213 3496
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  • Bosch Oxygen Sensor
  • Actual OE Oxygen Sensor
  • Bosch is the world’s leading supplier and original equipment manufacturer of Oxygen Sensors. Bosch invented the automotive oxygen sensor and leads the way in sensor technology and innovation. From overall sensor design to the critical ceramic element, Bosch is known worldwide for quality and performance.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Bosch
Position: Upstream
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Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
1996 - Ferrari F355 Berlinetta Upstream V 8 Cyl 3.5L 213 3496
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  • Walker Products 350-34305 Oxygen Sensor 4-W Direct Fit
  • Walker Aftermarket Oxygen Sensors are 100% performance tested. Walker Oxygen Sensors are precision made for outstanding performance and manufactured to meet or exceed all original equipment specifications and test requirements.
  • Walker Aftermarket
  • Product Attributes:
    • CA_Prop65_Nickel: Warning: This Product Can Expose You To Chemicals, Including Nickel And Nickel Alloyed Stainless Steel, Which Are Known To The State Of California To Cause Cancer Or Birth Defects Or Other Reproductive Harm. Www.p65warnings.ca.gov
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Radiused Polygon
    • Mounting Type: Threaded
    • Overall Length: 24.72
    • Sensor Type: Heated
    • Thread Diameter: 18.0
    • Universal Or Specific Fit: Specific
    • Wire Gauge Measurement: 20
    • Wire Quantity: 4
    • Wiring Harness Length: 21.18
  • Walker Products Engine Management and Oxygen/Air-Fuel sensors have been engineered and developed to be an Original Equipment Manufacturers replacement for many vehicles worldwide. Every part number is manufactured for the specific application, fitment position on the vehicle, and will provide the relevant diagnostic system feedback as required by the ECU.Newer vehicles will store fault codes in the ECU, some will relate to the affected sensor and its associated systems. A failed sensor might make itself known by causing the engine to run poorly, increase fuel consumption, exhaust emissions, or illuminating a (MIL) malfunction indicator light. The sensor, wiring harness, and connector should also be checked for physical damage. This will most likely also cause their operational life to be shortened.We are an Automotive ISO9001/TS 16949 certified company, with un-paralleled customer service, marketing, and shipping. Our electronic and paper catalogs are designed for today’s fast paced marketplace, along with our eye catching packaging. Since 1946, Walker Products has been the number one choice for the engine management sensors and fuel system components needed for your vehicle.
Brand: Walker Products
Position: Upstream
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Vehicle Aspiration Fuel Type Fuel Delivery Type Position Block Engine CID CC
1996 - Ferrari F355 Berlinetta Naturally Aspirated GAS FI Upstream V 8 Cyl 3.5L 213 3496
Walker Products
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  • Walker Products 250-24144 Oxygen Sensor 4-W Direct Fit
  • Walker Premium Oxygen Sensors are 100% OEM quality. Walker Oxygen Sensors are precision made for outstanding performance and manufactured to meet or exceed all original equipment specifications and test requirements.
  • Walker OE
  • Product Attributes:
    • CA_Prop65_Nickel: Warning: This Product Can Expose You To Chemicals, Including Nickel And Nickel Alloyed Stainless Steel, Which Are Known To The State Of California To Cause Cancer Or Birth Defects Or Other Reproductive Harm. Www.p65warnings.ca.gov
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Radiused Polygon
    • Mounting Type: Threaded
    • Overall Length: 24.72
    • Sensor Type: Heated
    • Thread Diameter: 18.0
    • Universal Or Specific Fit: Specific
    • Wire Gauge Measurement: 20
    • Wire Quantity: 4
    • Wiring Harness Length: 21.18
  • Walker Products Engine Management and Oxygen/Air-Fuel sensors have been engineered and developed to be an Original Equipment Manufacturers replacement for many vehicles worldwide. Every part number is manufactured for the specific application, fitment position on the vehicle, and will provide the relevant diagnostic system feedback as required by the ECU.Newer vehicles will store fault codes in the ECU, some will relate to the affected sensor and its associated systems. A failed sensor might make itself known by causing the engine to run poorly, increase fuel consumption, exhaust emissions, or illuminating a (MIL) malfunction indicator light. The sensor, wiring harness, and connector should also be checked for physical damage. This will most likely also cause their operational life to be shortened.We are an Automotive ISO9001/TS 16949 certified company, with un-paralleled customer service, marketing, and shipping. Our electronic and paper catalogs are designed for today’s fast paced marketplace, along with our eye catching packaging. Since 1946, Walker Products has been the number one choice for the engine management sensors and fuel system components needed for your vehicle.
Brand: Walker Products
Position: Upstream
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Aspiration Fuel Type Fuel Delivery Type Position Block Engine CID CC
1996 - Ferrari F355 Berlinetta Naturally Aspirated GAS FI Upstream V 8 Cyl 3.5L 213 3496

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*OXYGEN SENSOR *

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Question From Guest on *OXYGEN SENSOR *

i wen't to autoparts and they said i need a new oxygen sensor not a tune up thank you god. but i bought the oxygen sensor and i tried looking online to see where it was located and i couldn't find any sites to tell me so could you help me.

Response From dave284

year, make, model ...

Response From Guest

i wen't to autoparts and they said i need a new oxygen sensor not a tune up thank you god. but i bought the oxygen sensor and i tried looking online to see where it was located and i couldn't find any sites to tell me so could you help me. im sorry bout that stupid me 2001 impala 3.4

Response From Double J

There are 2 O2 sensors...

One is in the exhaust manifold ,rear of the engine, in manifold by firewall.

The other one is in the exhaust behind the catalytic converter.

Response From Guest

well the one the guy gave me is the premium oxygen sensor made by BOSCH its like a goldish copper color and has a black,silver, and white cords i dont know if that will help u

Response From way2old

Hey Guest. Please post the exact code number that was read to make them tell you the O2 sensor is bad. A lot of times the O2 is good ans something else causes the problem. Here is a partial list of O2 codes. This does not include manufacturers codes. You can see why we need the specific code. The last 4 are not for O2's, but a lot of parts houses wilol sell the sensor to try to clear the code. Remember, the parts person is probably NOT a technician/mechanic.

P0131 Upstream Heated Oxygen Sensor circuit out of range - Bank No. 1. P0132 Upstream Heated Oxygen Sensor circuit Voltage High - Bank No. 1. P0133 Upstream Heated Oxygen Sensor circuit Slow Response - Bank No. 1. P0135 Upstream Heated Oxygen Sensor Heater circuit fault - Bank No. 1. P0136 Downstream Heated Oxygen Sensor circuit fault - Bank No. 1. P0138 Downstream Heated Oxygen Sensor circuit Voltage High - Bank No. 1. P0140 Downstream Heated Oxygen Sensor circuit Faulty - Bank No. 1. P0141 Downstream Heated Oxygen Sensor Heater circuit fault - Bank No. 1. P0151 Upstream Heated Oxygen Sensor circuit out of range - Bank No. 2. P0152 Upstream Heated Oxygen Sensor circuit Voltage High - Bank No. 2. P0153 Upstream Heated Oxygen Sensor circuit Slow Response - Bank No. 2. P0155 Upstream Heated Oxygen Sensor Heater circuit fault - Bank No. 2. P0156 Downstream Heated Oxygen Sensor circuit fault - Bank No. 2. P0158 Downstream Heated Oxygen Sensor circuit Voltage High - Bank No. 2. P0160 Downstream Heated Oxygen Sensor circuit fault - Bank No. 2. P0161 Downstream Heated Oxygen Sensor Heater circuit fault - Bank No. 2. P0171 System Too Lean - Bank No. 1. P0172 System Too Rich - Bank No. 1. P0174 System Too Lean - Bank No. 2. P0175 System Too Rich - Bank No. 2.

Response From Guest

ok i finally got time to go to Autoparts again and they printed out the codes i have P0135; and i bought a Premium Oxygen Sensor; is that the same as the Sensor Heater Circuit Malfunction; and the guy told me i would have to go to Chevy to find out what is wrong with the P1404 Manfacurer control is that true????if you could could you help me find the Sensor heater Circuit i tried and i couldn't find it and i couldn't find anything online that would help me find it. thanks

Response From Guest Top Rated Answer

CHEVY IMPALA 01 3.4

Response From Double J

P1404 is an EGR code

Possibilities are faulty EGR valve, PCM, wiring/connections..


The oxygen sensor itself its the "heated oxygen sensor"....
see above diagrams......

Response From way2old

If you have an EGR code, that can cause an O2 code due to the wrong mixture of fuel and air going into the engine. If the mixture is wrong going in, it has to be wrong coming out and the O2 sensor can pick up on that. Your code is for the O2 sensor heater. That usually is the sensor itself. On the EGR code, have the EGR removed and check to see if carbon is on the pintle holding the valve from operating.

Response From way2old

To add to Daves post. Click here and read. Also post the EXACT code you had read. We need the code number.

Mercedes oxygen sensor

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Question From bluez956 on Mercedes oxygen sensor

1991 Mercedes 300TE 3.0 120,000 mi.

I am getting a fault code saying that the oxygen sensor has a bad ground. I have checked the entire exhaust system and cannot find an oxygen sensor. Where do I find the oxygen sensor the fault code is referring to?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

It only has one


Response From Tom Greenleaf

General info as I personally never equipped myself with special tools or info for full service on these cars. A couple local shops only worked on them if more than totally routine maintenance.
Just like you could have found on part look up where it thinks (says) it's located as said below. Some things to check are the wire(s) to it and if routing is touching anything rubbing thru or if wire into it has rusted off how clamped on. There will be a plug to check as well.
If you remove it to just look at the thing for debris, color high chance you'll break it or the manifold or pipe so watch out for that. I'm not alone but in a rust belt area and these cars are actually WORSE than average for dumb stuff so much as removing parts to check/replace an air filter can get in trouble with steel studs into alloy parts w 10mm nuts snap right off flush - a problem.
I'm not sure if a code trying tell you bad ground means too much or too little. Check grounds all over a car this old anyway even likely that exhaust system is grounded to body with a strap or two?
Can find parts on line as needed but totally suggest only real OE parts (clones are everywhere) as dealer parts can be insanely expensive but available.
Side note: an '87 300E was here, not mine to deal with in total but check out several things for what was a clean looking car junked because of a broken windshield so rusted unseen under molding was beyond possible repair vs value as parts - bummer,
T


"The Oxygen Sensor is located:
Under hood, passenger side, rear engine area, below exhaust manifold to exhaust pipe flange, mounted in exhaust pipe "
So even with this pre OBDII it can and will throw codes or a check engine icon. Doesn't mean the item it points to still but rather that circuit.

Oxygen Sensor

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Question From Guest on Oxygen Sensor

Where is the oxygen sensor located at on a '95 Chevy K1500 4.3L V6?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

It's in the exhaust pipe, to the right of the transmission.

Response From Guest

Alright, thanks.

Response From Guest

Do you have any suggestions for removing a seized sensor?

Could I try spraying some PB on it? I wasn't sure if that would damage the new sensor once its installed.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

You can try whatever is at your disposal. Heat will, sometimes, work. But, gotta be real careful using it. Once you do get the sensor out, you can clean the threads in the exhaust pipe with a spark plug tap. (14mm, I think) Should be able to get one at most any parts store. Be sure to use anti-sieze on the threads of the new sensor before installing it.

Response From Guest

Yeah, it took heat, a lot of heat! ha. I just re-taped it out and got the new one in with some anti-seize and all is well, thanks.

I don't think I've ever seen anything as seized or corroded as that sensor was.

Thanks again.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Glad to hear you got it. Was just re-thinking my reply...18mm tap? The memory is definitely the second thing to go. sigh. It really is very common for those things to be siezed. Good job, and thanks for letting us know how it went.