Oxygen Sensor
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Bosch Oxygen Sensor

Part No. 13461 Warranty Details  

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Bosch leads the way in oxygen sensor technology and innovation. From overall sensor design to the critical ceramic element, Bosch is known worldwide for quality and performance.

Product Features:
  • Double laser-welded stainless steel body protects against contamination
  • Seared protection tube due to 100% functional quality test
  • Pre-coated threads with anti-seize compound right out of the box
  • True Direct-fit OE connectors and harness
  • Performance meets or exceeds OE specifications
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Connector Gender:Female
Heated:Yes
Length:13.8 in
Overall Length:15 in
Sensor Type:Heated
Wire Harness Length:11.7 in
Wire Quantity:4

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BoschOxygen Sensor
 
3.7

(based on 3 reviews)

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5.0

Awesome!

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from Elgin, IL

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Pros

  • Durable
  • Easy To Use
  • Lightweight

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Small Cars

    Comments about Bosch Oxygen Sensor:

    Easy to change out. Works better if the engine is cool.

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    1.0

    not satisfied

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    from Chicago, IL

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    Comments about Bosch Oxygen Sensor:

    I purchased this censor and took it to a trusted mechanic and a week later the censor went out again. I went back to the store to replace it and got terrible service while trying to replace it. She wanted to charge me more because the censor was no longer on sale even though it was the exact same thing. She wasted my time and made me more dissatisfied. Because I had a defective censor, I had to pay twice to have the censor installed. Overall, a terrible experience. I will definitely not be visiting the Advance Auto in Summit, Il.

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    5.0

    Good alternative to OEM

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    from Maineville, OH

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    3 or more reviews submitted

    Pros

    • Durable
    • Fit in OEM connector

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Small Cars

      Comments about Bosch Oxygen Sensor:

      This product worked well to replace my faulty downstream O2 sensor. On my 2003 Hyundai Elantra the error code that I was getting was "Bank 1, Sensor 2". One thing to keep in mind when replacing any O2 sensor is that the car needs to be completely warmed up before replacing the sensor. This should make it easier to remove (depending on where it is). Also, pentrating oil can help. Also, be careful to not strip any threads when removing the old sensor and to use anti-seize when putting new sensor in (will make the next replacement easier).

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      6 Questions | 6 Answers
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      • Q:

        does this sensor fit the sedan model it only states hatchback also is it universal for california emissions. thank you
        Asked on 12/10/2015 by Dexter from Greece, N.Y.

        1 answer

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          A:

          Hi Dexter! To further assist with the Bosch Premium Oxygen Sensor (Part No. 13461), please provide us the year, make, model and engine size of your vehicle.

          Answered on 12/10/2015 by Steve from AAP
      • Q:

        Will this work for a bank 1 sensor 1 error on a 2005 Kia Spectra?
        Asked on 12/18/2014 by Darah from United States

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          A:

          Hi Darah, This is an exact downstream sensor for your 2005 Kia Spectra EX. The exact bank 1 sensor 1 (upstream) sensor for your vehicle is currently unavailable online.

          Answered on 12/19/2014 by Steve from AAP
      • Q:

        How do I change the fuel filters on the Hyundai 1.6 GLS 2004 model and where are they located
        Asked on 8/18/2013 by Confused about this motor from Chorley lancs uk

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          A:

          With reference to your inquiry on the Bosch Premium Oxygen Sensor - Part No. 13461, the Fuel filter for your 2004 Hyundai 1.6L is located under the seat cushion of your rear seat. Kindly follow the instructions the change the fuel filter in your vehicle : Remove the rear seat cushion. This will expose an access panel. Remove the access panel with a Phillips-head screwdriver. Locate the fuel pump modulator, which is the wiring harness just below the access panel, above the fuel tank. Reach through the access panel and disconnect the modulator. This will relieve the pressure in the fuel pump. Crank the Hyundai and let it run until it stalls. There will be no pressure in the fuel lines. Open the hood to access the battery. Disconnect the negative end of the battery terminal. Reattach the fuel pump modulator. Locate the fuel filter underneath the car by the fuel tank. Remove the inlet and outlet line of the filter. The lines should come off. Some models have quick-connections, which have a tab to lift while you pull the connector off. Remove the bracket with a socket wrench. This will loosen the fuel filter. Install the new filter in the old filter's place. Tighten the bracket with your socket wrench. Install the inlet and outlet lines. They will slide over the tube and snap into place. Reattach the negative cable to the battery. Crank up the car to inspect for fuel leaks. Assemble the access cover, and return the back seat to its right position. For any further assistance please feel free to call us at: 1-877-238-2623 or visit the nearest Advance Auto Parts store and one of our Parts Pros will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.

          Answered on 8/19/2013 by Morgan from AAP
      • Q:

        Do I have to remove manifold cover to remove the O2 Sensor? Or are there any tools that will remove the O2 Sensor without having to remove the manifold cover?
        Asked on 5/9/2012 by Anonymous

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          A:

          To help you in a better manner, if you could please include the year, make, model and engine specification of the vehicle and we would be better able to assist you.

          Answered on 5/14/2012 by Aaron from AAP
      • Q:

        Hi There,

        I'm looking for oxygen sensor front side for my hyundai accent 2001
        is this the one fit for the front one. near engine.
        Asked on 7/2/2010 by andy from Roseville, CA

        1 answer

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          A:

          Please provide the engine size of your vehicle for further assistance.

          Answered on 7/2/2010 by Mike from AAP
      • Q:

        I'm trying to replace a o2 sensor in my car. I have a cel and diagnostic of P0139 slow response from bank 1 sensor 2, which should locate after exhaust. While, when I check the product from your website, there are two part Numbers, 13461 and 13565. The only difference I can find that one is for downstream and another is for upstream. What is the difference of these two and which one shall I select?
        Asked on 12/7/2009 by Anonymous

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          A:

          Upstream would be a sensor 1 oxygen sensor, meaning before the catalytic converter and downstream would be a sensor 2 oxygen sensor, meaning after the catalytic converter.

          Answered on 12/8/2009 by Mike from Advance Auto Parts
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