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Old 03-03-2010, 03:45 PM   #1
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i need a wideband O2 sensor replacement for my Lc-1
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i need a wideband O2 sensor replacement for my Lc-1
Go to O'Reilly...get Bosch part number 17014...like $52 last time I looked it up when thinking mine was dead week before last.
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Buy one for and 03 VW jetta they are the same thing. You need the upstream 02 and its plug and play for the LC-1
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Buy one for and 03 VW jetta they are the same thing. You need the upstream 02 and its plug and play for the LC-1
Which engine? All of them?

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Buy one for and 03 VW jetta they are the same thing. You need the upstream 02 and its plug and play for the LC-1
Holy ****! Why?

They want $140 for that damn thing. Look up the part number I posted above and compare. Cheap ftw.
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I just posted this in another thread.... Listen to this man ^^^
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Which engine? All of them?

Thanks for that info.

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It for the 1.8 T and you can save some money buy buying the one without the plug on the end and re-wire your plug to it.
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It for the 1.8 T and you can save some money buy buying the one without the plug on the end and re-wire your plug to it.
How much does the plugless run?
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Not sure about the plugless one. Mine fried last night, it was about 3 years old. At least I think it's the problem. At any rate, I found another (with plug) for about $53 shipped from a place on Amazon.

Amazon.com: Bosch 17014 Oxygen Sensor, OE Type Fitment: Automotive
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How much does the plugless run?

Here is the one with the plug at advanced and mind you the one in the store will be a little more, for $51.99

Wideband A/F Oxygen Sensors by Bosch - Part 17014 - Advance Auto Parts

I do not see the one with out the plug I am still looking.

If you call advanced and give them the part number and they give you some outrageous price print out the online price and they will give it to you for that price or for the same price as the item plus shipping. I know this because I used to work there.
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+1 on getting it from the Auto Parts store. You can also get them cheap from Amazon. I have done this for my LC-1 and bought them with the plug.
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