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[VIC] WTB Evo 8/9 Oxygen sensor OEM

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Hi all as the topic states I need an o2 sensor oem please. 

Let me know if you want to sell. 

Steve. 

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I would strongly suggest buying new vs 2nd hand. Should be easy to find them new 

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I agree, it’s easy, just email TokyoMotorSports for one, they were doing online sales and post out...

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Ok thanks gents.

I have had a look and found some Bosch items for as little as $80. Cheapest OEM i found was $240.

I was hoping to luck out with a lowish km sensor but I will bite the bullet and buy new.

thanks for the replies.

Steve

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There’s a cheap Mitsubishi four wire sensor with plug for $40 posted on eBay.

But the lead may be too short, tail plug looks different dunno...  you can just solder the new leads using cut off original plug, or use a good Narva four plug connector, weatherproof type instead to join the wires near the plug end...

Narva: https://rover.ebay.com.au/rover/0/0/99?loc=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com.au%2Fp%2F1238922007%3Fiid%3D152462006293

 

ebay https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/O2-Oxygen-Sensor-for-Mitsubishi-Galant-Lancer-HJ-EVO-VII-CH-Pre-Cat-or-Post-cat/282195861695?hash=item41b42f20bf:g:tysAAOSwubRXLEoB

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I took your advice and got one from Tokyo ms  it's a denso and $120 shipped. 

I have bought a $40 unit and it threw a cel and car is running like Sht. Fuel addiction to the max. 

Denso is the brand Mitsubishi used so fingers crossed. Thanks for the advice. 

Still love this site and here's exactly why. The members are the best. 

Thanks weightless7

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Good job

For perishable sensors always get new

the tech manuals for CT9A and most cars would say replace 02 sensor at 100,000km even though no one ever does it 

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^^ true...

 

no worries Stevan, that's the same Denso from TMS that I have in my Evo currently, as the sensors don't last forever....  you can test them to see if they are still ok, I posted that up in the Uber oxygen sensor topic in Tech... but mine failed after 12-13yrs and after full 100,000km service dealio, LTFT was knackered as a result....

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