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This is a discussion on O2 sensor within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Just wondering where everyone is getting their new O2 sensors from. I plan on swapping my out when I do ...

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    Just wondering where everyone is getting their new O2 sensors from. I plan on swapping my out when I do my LT's here in the near future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johns00Z28 View Post
    Just wondering where everyone is getting their new O2 sensors from. I plan on swapping my out when I do my LT's here in the near future.
    the dealer will eat you a new ass, about $140 a pop! dont go their.

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    So any other suggestions then? AutoZone maybe? A sponsor? I'm open to any ideas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johns00Z28 View Post
    Just wondering where everyone is getting their new O2 sensors from. I plan on swapping my out when I do my LT's here in the near future.
    Yes auto zone Bosch around 70 or 80 bucks

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    Quote Originally Posted by fast enough Z28 View Post
    Yes auto zone Bosch around 70 or 80 bucks
    And I'm guessing that's per O2 sensor right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johns00Z28 View Post
    And I'm guessing that's per O2 sensor right?
    advanced auto $74 a pc. they are bosch also

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    Quote Originally Posted by bamaz28 View Post
    advanced auto $74 a pc. they are bosch also
    I dont have those around here

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    Quote Originally Posted by fast enough Z28 View Post
    I dont have those around here
    lucky you

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    They are 72.99 at auto zone

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    Quote Originally Posted by bamaz28 View Post
    advanced auto $74 a pc. they are bosch also
    Damn, that's gonna be like $150 for 2 of them!

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    just change the ones that need it imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fast enough Z28 View Post
    just change the ones that need it imo.
    They are the feedback used to control AFR and keep it at ideal, and are responsible for 90% or more of your cars fueling (not looked at during WOT, but if they cause + fuel trims, they will fatten up your WOT AFR costing power). Over time, they drift out of accuracy long before they fail. This ruins gas mileage and often makes the car feel a bit soggy. As far as front ones go, change them out together. Don't ever leave them in there for more than 40K miles, and if you drive less or have many mods (LT headers or more), every 2 years to keep things properly regulated.

    I am very Pro-fresh O2s for good running cars.

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