98 denso O2 part #s and source?

98 denso O2 part #s and source?

Postby pannebreaux [OP] » December 2nd 2015, 1:10am

had the LAPS scan the codes due to my check engine light being on. all three O2 sensors are bad. been searching online since they only carried bosch and the $60 price seemed a bit high. if i'm understanding correctly denso is the brand to go with, but can't seem to find the right part #s for upstream and downstream. anyone with some info on which is the best suited for my year and where to get them at a decent price?
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Re: 98 denso O2 part #s and source?

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Re: 98 denso O2 part #s and source?

Postby pannebreaux [OP] » December 2nd 2015, 3:37pm

coming up with 234-4209 and 234-4646. which is front and back? according to what i'm finding they are both downstream with no site listing an upstream part. also can't seem to find one that has the connectors attached. butt splicing wiring under a vehicle that lives in a swamp never works out well no matter what goop and shrink wrap you put over it.
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Re: 98 denso O2 part #s and source?

Postby AstroWill » December 2nd 2015, 4:22pm

pannebreaux wrote:234-4646. which is front and back?


This fits all positions.

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