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o2 Sensor Help

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Hi All,

 

I need to change the o2 sensor in the picture shown from the Green connection.

 

When looking for the car part, some say exhaust manifold and some just say sensor.  

 

Can someone tell me which one i need?? 

Many thanks

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The one with the green plug is the upstream one. This is the manifold one. 

When I replaced the one on the girlfriends car I paid a tenner for one from a Scrapyard hence did it the same day. Cleared the DTC code,  Problem solved 

 

You'll need a lambda sensor removal socket with a slit up one side for the wiring 

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4 minutes ago, GingerFlame said:

The one with the green plug is the upstream one. This is the manifold one. 

When I replaced the one on the girlfriends car I paid a tenner for one from a Scrapyard hence did it the same day. Cleared the DTC code,  Problem solved 

 

You'll need a lambda sensor removal socket with a slit up one side for the wiring 

Ah thanks!  so i'll need the manifold one then? 

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I'm going to order this one: THIS ONE
 

 

or would it be this one? : or this?

I think exhaust manifold is at the back?   i believe i'd need the second link?

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they do seem a bit expensive compared to ebay, although I appreciate with ebay you can't get it so quick and more problems if it is wrong one/faulty etc

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thanks for reply.  i bought the branded one as they had an offer on it.  fingers crossed it'll sort the EML

5 hours ago, isetta said:

they do seem a bit expensive compared to ebay, although I appreciate with ebay you can't get it so quick and more problems if it is wrong one/faulty etc

 

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