bump for this guy.
I got a new one from MikeB6986 for $150 shipped. Who's selling the wire-it-yourself ones for $59???there was someone on the forum selling oem front o2 sensors for pretty cheap search I got mine from him, hes a great seller
Sometimes you get morejust a good rule of thumb u get what you pay for.
Well I think you can do it. Do it and get back with out if it works. I hope it does. I just spend almost 200 bucks because that was my first time replacing it after 84K miles. Good luck!Here is the website that I was looking at.....
Im pretty confident doing wiring.... I just wanted to know if there I could have any problems in the long run.... I want to hear from people that have done it before and how it worked out for them...... thanks guys
If U think about it, it makes sense..... the sensor itself is universal, most cars use the same one, the difference is the conector and they can mass produce the sensor and will be cheap, but the conector they have to make one for almost every make and model, and the less number you produce the more expensibe it will be the final cost of each piece........It's hard to believe you're getting the same o2 sensor, without a connector, for $140 discount.:stop: What could that connector cost? $2?