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VIVA LA M.A.S.H. Midwest
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Go to napa.... ask for p/n 0s885. It is the three wire sensor that our supras need, and it even has a weldable bung that comes with it although I don't think it is needed for stock replacement.
It is made by echlin.
Cost is around $45.
Good hunting.
 

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JE, AEM, OS Giken'd 7M
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mdcmotorsports,
I recently did my research into the Echlin 0S885 sensor. Don't get me wrong, I'm runnin' it myself, but I started asking questions, and as it turns out the sensor is REALLY made by Bosch and Napa is replacing the OS885 sensor with a bosch one. They said that there were "supersede" the sensor (when asked they said this just meant going to the maker, of the maker of the sensor, aka Bosch.)
I got the last one at my local NAPA, and they said they were replacing the 0S885, so those of us that need that 3-wire flange, should watch for that change...
 

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VIVA LA M.A.S.H. Midwest
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Ahhh 88targarose....
You ran into the same problemo!
The thing is, BOSCH seems that they have misprinted most if not all their O2 sensor applications guides.
I went through three different part numbers of BOSCH 02 sensors, supposedly all made for the 89 turbo, and wala! none of them worked!
So, when I did a little hunting on my own, I found the Echlin.
Hopefully there is an overstock at a mysterious top secret Napa location some where in the US so that we don't have to pay a left nut for the factory Yota one.
 
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Go to any auto-parts store and ask for a 92 mustang LX heated sensor and it'll fit to the stock exhaust on the supra. You'll only need to find the adapter plate for using the screw-on type sensor with our exhaust, but it shouldn't be hard to find as well.
 

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Yep,
dealer want's an arm and a leg for 'em. Your best best is the NAPA Echlin 0S885 if you can find it. It comes with an O2 Sensor, a Threaded mount for the stock elbow, and a gasket. SO, if you can find this sensor first, then you've got the threaded bung for future use. It's what I plan on doin', then just getting the 92 Mustang LX sensor from here on out. Only dilemma is you have to hack up your old O2 for it's wiring harness..
 
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