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Old 05-14-2008, 11:42 AM   #21
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Another update - Today I was able to collect the rest of my refund from OxygenSensor.net through PayPal, so it's not a complete scam. I still would not recommend them though, since they don't reply to emails and don't list any other way to get in touch with them.
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Old 05-19-2008, 06:11 PM   #22
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I just got one for my VX on the bay... 62.00 shipped to my door.. However you have to use the old plug.. use butt connectors to splice the old plug to the new sensor... I let you guys know how it works...
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Old 05-20-2008, 05:01 AM   #23
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you have to use the old plug
I'm a bit dubious about this. The old plug contains a calibration resistor. That's why there are 7 pins in the plug (it's an 8-pin plug, so one position is blank) and only 5 wires going to the sensor.

I think that calibration resistor is matched to the sensor (although I'm not sure).

I know the listing claims that it's a genuine L1H1, but it's hard to understand why the original plug got cut off.

Anyway, I think there's a good chance it will work fine. And you didn't pay much. But maybe you should monitor what it's doing and try to make sure it's working properly.
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I just got one for my VX on the bay... 62.00 shipped to my door.. However you have to use the old plug.. use butt connectors to splice the old plug to the new sensor... I let you guys know how it works...
Jim
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Have you installed the new sensor? I've seen the same ones on ebay, and was wondering if it worked out for you.
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beware Global Automotive. my o2 sensor from them gives me a CEL whenever the o2 sensor isn't hot.
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so any word on the bosch wideband?? mine is throwing a code too after i put a low-mileage jdm Vtec-E back into my Vx. yeah im realllly leery of them butt-connected ones
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so any word on the bosch wideband?? mine is throwing a code too after i put a low-mileage jdm Vtec-E back into my Vx. yeah im realllly leery of them butt-connected ones
I carry the 057 and 206 Bosch sensors, in case anyone is interested. Check me out on ebay. My username is tnttechnologies.
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