Oxygen Sensor - Direct Fit
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Denso Oxygen Sensor - Direct Fit

Part No. 234-4216 Warranty Details  

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Designed to meet the increasing demands of today's engines. Each of our oxygen sensors is constructed of the highest quality materials available. High-quality stainless steel, porous polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), fluorine rubber, aluminum oxide, high-grade platinum and ceramics are used in each Denso sensor.
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Connector Gender:Female
Connector Type:Direct fit
Heated:Yes
Length:14.96 in
Thread Size:M18 mm
Wire Quantity:4

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DensoOxygen Sensor - Direct Fit
 
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5.0

Direct OEM replacement

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  • Durable
  • Easy To Use

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      Comments about Denso Oxygen Sensor - Direct Fit:

      Chrysler vans came equiped with Denso oxygen sensors. This one is oem without the high price. You do need to remove the spring wire retainer from the old sensor and reuse it.

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      1.0

      Junk Failed after the first day buy oem.

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          Comments about Denso Oxygen Sensor - Direct Fit:

          Junk failed first day buy oem sensor.

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          5.0

          E-Z Peezy - smooth as silk - etc

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            Comments about Denso Oxygen Sensor - Direct Fit:

            Exact fit.

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            • Q:

              my vehicle is a chrysler voyager 2002 whats the size of the tool a need to replace this part and do you have this tool in the store?
              Asked on 3/5/2014 by JUAN from miami, fl

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                A:

                Hi JUAN, happy to help! You would need a 7/8" deep socket for replacing the oxygen sensor on your Chrysler Voyager. Please check the Lisle 7/8" x 3/8" Drive Oxygen Sensor Socket - part# LIS12100 which would be suitable for your application.

                Answered on 3/6/2014 by Vincent from AAP
            • Q:

              I am about to install my 4th o2 sensor in my 2002 dodge caravan. The code keeps showing up as the same thing, "Bank 1" which is the sensor in the back of the motor. Any ideas why this keeps triggering the engine light to come on? Could it be the gas cap? Could it be the cat. converter?
              Asked on 11/11/2012 by Jane from Malone, NY

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                A:

                This part Denso Oxygen Sensor Direct Fit, Part No. 234-4216 is an exact fit for your 2002 Dodge Caravan only 3.3L engine (VIN: 3-Flex as well as VIN: R). The orientation of this part is upstream side of catalytic converter. If you are getting code P0134 which refers to the front oxygen sensor on Bank 1. This means basically the oxygen sensor is inactive. As the powertrain control module (PCM) provides a baseline voltage of about 450 mV on the oxygen sensor signal circuit. When cold, the powertrain control module detects the the internal resistance of the sensor is high. As the sensor warms up the resistance is lowered and it starts producing voltage based on the oxygen content in the exhaust. When the powertrain control module determines that the time it took for the sensor to warm up is greater than one minute or that the voltage is inactive (not reading outside 391-491 mV), it views the sensor as inactive or open and sets P0134 code., SYMPTOMS: One or more of the following may occur: Check engine light illumination., Poorly running/engine missing., Blowing black smoke., Poor fuel economy., Dying, stuttering., CAUSES: A code P0134 may mean that one or more of the following has happened: Bad oxygen sensor., Bad heater circuit in the oxygen sensor., Wiring or connector to the sensor frayed / broken., Blown heater circuit fuse., Holes in the exhaust system., PCM failure., POSSIBLE DIAGNOSTICS: The most common fix is to replace the oxygen sensor. But other possibilities can be: Rusted exhaust pipe., Inspect wiring & connector(s) for problems., Excessive amperage blowing heater fuse (requires replacement of sensor and also replacement of blown fuse)., Replace PCM (only at last, when all other possible causes are fully inspected and checked).
                For any further assistance, please feel free to call us at 1-877-238-2623 or visit your nearest Advance Auto Parts store and our representatives would be more than happy to assist you.

                Answered on 11/12/2012 by Aaron from AAP
            • Q:

              can i use the van till i get the sensor changed
              Asked on 3/15/2012 by Anonymous

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                Yes, you can use the van till you get the sensor changed but it will run but not very well because the oxygen sensor reports live information about the engine's air/fuel mixture to the powertrain control module. This information is used primarily to help calculate fuel delivery to the engine, which changes continuously while it is running. If the engine is running lean, the powertrain control module will sense this from the oxygen sensor's signal and increase the air/fuel mixture to the engine. Conversely, just the opposite occurs when the engine begins to run rich. On OBDII-equipped vehicles, the sensors are also used to help determine the efficiency of the catalytic converter. The powertrain control module does this by comparing the signal of the sensor located at the inlet of the catalytic converter with the signal of the sensor located at the outlet of the converter. Remove the O2 sensor and you can experience poor gas mileage, a failed emissions test, "rotten-eggs" smell from the

                Answered on 3/15/2012 by Aaron from AAP
            • Q:

              where is the sensor located on the engune
              Asked on 3/15/2012 by Anonymous

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                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 3/15/2012 by Aaron from AAP
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