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    wide band o2 sensor

    does anyone know the part number of the wideband sensor from the autoparts store or what type of car its the same as a friend of mine got it from there before but we have lost the part number thanks for any infof


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    Bosch LSU 4.2 VW and Audi use them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    Bosch LSU 4.2 VW and Audi use them.
    Would u happen to know what year an type thanks

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    If you are using the MTX-L its a bosch sensor. part number is 17014


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    Quote Originally Posted by ADAMBOMB View Post
    If you are using the MTX-L its a bosch sensor. part number is 17014

    i have a lc-1 an a lm-2 i think they all use the same sensor that number from what store advance or autozone or is it the same thanks

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    17014 is the Bosch part number.

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    thanks guys ive just found it at autozone

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    Quote Originally Posted by tealgreen2000 View Post
    thanks guys ive just found it at autozone
    They come with a year warranty also

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    The cmd marine wideband2 uses a different sensor from innovate
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    Quote Originally Posted by DynojetResearch View Post
    The Wideband2/AutoTune units are specifically calibrated for the input from the specific LSU4.2 sensor they come with. Only that sensor can be used.
    Do you know which vehicle uses the Bosch LSU4.2 sensor so that we have the option to purchase the sensor locally through a automotive store
    Quote Originally Posted by DynojetResearch View Post
    That I do not. The Bosch part number is on the sensor though, should you need to cross reference it locally.
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    Quote Originally Posted by krouchchocolate View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by DynojetResearch View Post
    The Wideband2/AutoTune units are specifically calibrated for the input from the specific LSU4.2 sensor they come with. Only that sensor can be used.
    Do you know which vehicle uses the Bosch LSU4.2 sensor so that we have the option to purchase the sensor locally through a automotive store
    Quote Originally Posted by DynojetResearch View Post
    That I do not. The Bosch part number is on the sensor though, should you need to cross reference it locally.
    http://www.dynojetwb2.com/wb2_replacement_parts.aspx
    Product Description: Wideband Commander: Bosch 5 Wire LSU4 Wide Band Sensor
    Product Part Number: 48292001

    This site says that the Bosch 17018 has a 17 in connector and direct replacement for the wb2 02 sensor 48292001 http://www.oxygensensor.net/bosch_o2/17018.php
    which is available locally at advance for 61.99 http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/web...018#fragment-2

    They also say this sensor 17205 is a direct replacement wb1 48292001 but has a 15 in connector http://www.oxygensensor.net/bosch_o2/17205.php
    also available locally for 112.99 http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/web...archTerm=17205

    The 02 site says they are the same other than connector length but looking at pictures, the more expensive one has same look holes at end as the wb2 48292001 , and the cheaper one has a different design. Dont know if this makes a difference? Has anyone purchased a replacement locally? What did you find.
    It is nice to know if in jam you can run to local store and pick up a new one.

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    There was a coupon code at Autozone for these anybody know it ?

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