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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-04-05, 07:01 PM
Steve Forester
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Two O2 Sensor Questions...

I have a 1993 GT that is kicking out a defective O2 sensor code.

Are used or remanufactured O2 sensors sold as replacement
parts for bad O2 sensors?

Is using an O2 sensor from a go-fetch bone yard a good idea?

TIA!

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-04-05, 07:01 PM
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Re: Two O2 Sensor Questions...

Steve Forester wrote:
> I have a 1993 GT that is kicking out a defective O2 sensor code.
>
> Are used or remanufactured O2 sensors sold as replacement
> parts for bad O2 sensors?
>
> Is using an O2 sensor from a go-fetch bone yard a good idea?
>


I don't think they can be rebuilt.

I have nothing against used parts, as long as they
are in better condition that what you have now. So
find a wreck with low miles, and take whatever you need.


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post #3 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-04-05, 07:01 PM
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Re: Two O2 Sensor Questions...

..boB,

I like your way of thinking!

5 bucks to the man, 6 cold beers in the cooler and I am in 7th heaven...

Someone actually compared this idea to getting "new" spark plugs a go-fetch
boneyard?

Way to go,

Steve




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> Steve Forester wrote:
>> I have a 1993 GT that is kicking out a defective O2 sensor code.
>>
>> Are used or remanufactured O2 sensors sold as replacement
>> parts for bad O2 sensors?
>>
>> Is using an O2 sensor from a go-fetch bone yard a good idea?
>>

>
> I don't think they can be rebuilt.
>
> I have nothing against used parts, as long as they are in better
> condition that what you have now. So find a wreck with low miles, and
> take whatever you need.
>
>
> --
> .boB
> 1997 HD FXDWG - Turbocharged!
> 2001 Dodge Dakota QC 5.9/4x4/3.92
> 1966 Mustang Coupe - Daily Driver
> 1966 FFR Cobra - Ongoing project
>



 
post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-04-05, 10:01 PM
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Re: Two O2 Sensor Questions...

On Wed, 4 May 2005 20:41:53 -0400, "Steve Forester"
<xxgfr92yxx@yahoo.com> wrote:

>.boB,
>
>I like your way of thinking!
>
>5 bucks to the man, 6 cold beers in the cooler and I am in 7th heaven...
>
>Someone actually compared this idea to getting "new" spark plugs a go-fetch
>boneyard?
>
>Way to go,
>
>Steve
>
>


lmfao

why do you want a slow
wore out rusted in o2 sensor

just so it can soon fail ?

dont forget to get the rite one
make sure the calibration code
matches yours
lmfao

got that
not all engines and pcms are the EXACTLY the same

lmfao

hurc ast
 
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