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Comments about Bosch Oxygen Sensor:
When the new O2 sensor was installed on the car it caused serious performance issues! Immediately after the part was put on the car would surge, almost all the power to the engine was lost and the car became undrivable. I lost a good deal of time and money to a part that wasn't correct. I know that the bad bad performance of the car was a direct result of the new o2 sensor as all of the following parts had been serviced or replaced: fuel injectors, pcv valve, spark plugs and wires, map sensor, and the throttle body. Before the o2 sensor was replaced, the car performed at top notch! It was because of a PO420 code that I had to replace the sensors. When I bought new sensors from Toyota and installed that there were no issues what so ever. This Bosch sensor was a waste of time and money!!!
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Q:I have a 2001 toyota corolla. The code tell me system too clean bank 1 (P701). Do I need to replace both oxygen sensor or just one? and What is the part number for oxygen sensor that I needed to order? Thank you.
A:It is recommended to replace both the upstream and downstream oxygen sensors at the same time, the part number 13056 refers to the Downstream Sensor and the part number 13051 refers to the upstream sensor.
Q:I have a 1999 toyota corolla, 1.8L, I am replacing the bank 1 sensor 2 but the one I bought (BOSCH Oxygen sensor part 13056) dosen't look as long as the factory one thats in the car. Is this the right part for my car.
A:This is the right one for your vehicle from what I am showing.