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|Overall Length:||19.7 in|
|Wire Harness Length:||16.4 in|
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Comments about Bosch Oxygen Sensor:
Pro: [...] Exact replacement, visibly indistinguisable from original. After installation, engine light stays out, much better pep/acceleration/gas mileage/and odd start-up engine noise is gone. Runs like new. Con: Make sure you're ordering the right sensor..research this carefully. Also, this is not a job for the weak of heart. The old oxygen sensor was nearly impossible to remove even with a three foot long torgue wrench and heavy duty oxygen sensor removal socket (avoid the lighter duty tools, they slip and strip your old sensor). And this sensor was very easy to reach, unlike the three others in my mitsubishi ecclipse, two of which I couldn't even see. Hint: Allow engine to cool down a good bit before trying to remove old sensors(but not completely cold). Spray small shots of cold carburator cleaner directly onto the base of the old oxygen sensor to cool the sensor's screw-in tap relative to the hot manifold it screws into (causes base of old sensor to contract a bit relative to the hot manifold). Take care to avoid flames. After base of old sensor cools to touch, use torque wrench and old sensor should break loose more easily. Use antiseize on threats of new sensor during installation.