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new O2's

This is a discussion on new O2's within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; i have ask, has anybody had a dealership change all four O2 sensors and what did it cost? i called ...

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    Alabama Member bamaz28's Avatar
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    new O2's

    i have ask, has anybody had a dealership change all four O2 sensors and what did it cost? i called a dealership here in town they said $900!

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    Well if you go to the stealership they will charge you about 130.00 for each O2 sensor........I know a lot of guys go with the bosch one and done have any problems.... 02 sensors are very easy to change, if you can screw in a light bulb you can do this. you just have to be able to get under the car. if you dont have a jack and some car stands buy those or buy a set of ramps to drive the cars front tires up on. the o2 sensors have to be unplugged from the wire harness that they attach to, and then unscrewed from the exhaust pipes. You will have 02 sensors both before and after your cats..do you have stock headers???? you will save a lot by doing it yourself

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    Do NOT pay that!! Listen toTransAM11973. The O2 sensors should be about $50-$70 a piece from any local auto parts supplier. You could have the job done in 30 to 45 minutes including the time it takes you to pull the car on the ramps. It is very simple, you will see. Good luck.

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    O2's are very easy like the other 2 guys have said. the problem is that sometimes they dont like to come out and they break or seize up while being removed.

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    Do it yourself, just unplug the harness, get some Wd-40 and a 7/8th wrench and save the cash.
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    ok done went and bought them i'll put the bitches in!
    yes mine is stock, but working on that.

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    if you have to use something like w-d 40 or anything like that to get the old ones ff just make sure you clean the area very well before putting the new ones on and dont get any of that stuff on the new ones....

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    I was wondering if the after cat o2 sensors can affect the performance and gas mileage, and also what if you only put one on, will that mess something up?

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