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Hi Folks,

I bought a couple of exhaust manifolds w/O2 sensors a the local pull-a-part yard. (I was after the O2 sensors. The check engine light in my son's car is on and though he hasn't pulled the codes yet, chances are good it's the O2 sensors.)

Is there anything you folks do with used O2 sensors to clean them up a bit before putting them into your cars? Or do you just put them in and hope for the best?!

Thanks, as always!
Henry
 

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Because I'm CHEAP! (They cost 6.50 each, and I'm not sure, at this point, that they are the problem causing the check engine light to come on in my son's car.)

And this gives me a chance to practice and figure something out about my car--actually it's my son's car, but whatever I learn can be applied to my car, cheaply!

Given your username, the question surprises me!

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Henry
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why didnt you just buy 1 new o2 sensor?
 

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Because I'm CHEAP! (They cost 6.50 each, and I'm not sure, at this point, that they are the problem causing the check engine light to come on in my son's car.)

And this gives me a chance to practice and figure something out about my car--actually it's my son's car, but whatever I learn can be applied to my car, cheaply!

Given your username, the question surprises me!

Thanks,
Henry
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I've got 4 used OEM sensors that I know work if you need one.

I just replaced all of mine, even though they worked perfectly. I thought maybe my gas mileage would improve....it didn't.
Cover my shipping and I'll send you one.
 
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