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Old December 17th, 2006, 06:50 PM   #1
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Default Oxygen sensors

Just wondering if all oxygen sensors measure the same?

For instance. If the electrical connector works for multiple cars are they interchangable?
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Old December 17th, 2006, 07:01 PM   #2
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Most O2 sensors operate the same. A few cars (some Honda's or Acura's) use a different type of sensor. But the Domestic car sensors all work the same.
My old Conquest had a 1 wire sensor. I installed a heated 3 wire sensor that I had laying around from a Mustang project. The single wire sensor from the Conquest was new so it now resides in the exhaust manifold of my 1987 Chevy work van. All worked just fine.
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Awesome. Ive got a few cadillac sensors at work. Im gonna swap one in my jeep and see what kind of gas milage increase i can get.

I didnt wanna spend 50$ when my jeep isnt throwing a code.

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