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Ok well i just splice in my denso 02 senser and the 2 black wires does it matter witch way they go on? I tried switching them around and did not notice any diff. I know that they are from the heater. But that is all the info that i could locate in my serch.
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Nope- either way, it's cool.
 

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could you tell me where you got it maybe and a part number or a site?
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Spoolme said:
could you tell me where you got it maybe and a part number or a site?
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^ Jay Marks Toyota: part# 89465-19145 which changes over to 89465-19345

http://www.cygnusx1.net/supra/library/EPC/MKIII_NATO/parts/89465.html

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8946519145 $94.39 $0.00 $67.96

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thanks. but i thought he was talking about a universal one and it was cheaper.
 

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i dunno. whats the $94 for then?
but i thought people got some bosch sensor and wired it in cuz it was cheaper. but $68 aint bad.
Also, if its the stock sensor and you can get it from toyota then why would you need to splice it?
 

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i got mine for 40us. I'll pm you the info.
 

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i dunno. whats the $94 for then?


^ $94 is the MSRP (Manufacturer's i.e. Toyota's Suggested Retail Price) or LIST PRICE. $68 would be the price you get it for + shipping This is for the Genuine Toyota O2 sensor made by Nippondenso or aka Denso which is a good price for OEM. It plugs right in to your engine harness with no modification to the connector plug or wiring like some aftermarket ones require. Cutting & splicing the O2 sensor's signal wire should be avoided because your dealing with milivolt readings, so you want NO resistance in the circuit.

but i thought people got some bosch sensor and wired it in cuz it was cheaper. but $68 aint bad.
^ but why cut and splice the wires? Btw, although Bosch is a good name their O2 sensors are only rated to last 60k. The OEM Denso will easily outlast the Bosch.

Also, if its the stock sensor and you can get it from toyota then why would you need to splice it?
^ you won't if it's OEM. I just replaced mine and it plugged right in and came with a new mounting metal gasket. I still had the original with 116k so I figured it was time. They get "lazy" with mileage.
 

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I think i paid like $38 or something for the Denso 3 wire from sparkplugs.com. Had it crossed my mind to try and get the 1st time fit from one of the sponsoring toyotas, i would have shelled out the extra $25 or whatever it is.

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Spoolme said:
i dunno. whats the $94 for then?
but i thought people got some bosch sensor and wired it in cuz it was cheaper. but $68 aint bad.
Also, if its the stock sensor and you can get it from toyota then why would you need to splice it?
I have a place that has the kit with toyota adapter for I think $49 and then it is like $30 bucks each time after once you have the adapter. You do have to connect the 3 wires to your old plug but no biggie at all. Let me know if you want the number and I will get it.

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