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    Oxygen Sensor in PreCat

    Hi

    I found out that my Oxygen sensor on my precat is knackered ...

    I am gonna get a new from Vxl so Question is ... Is it easy to change this? and has anyone got any advice on doing it?

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    adjustable spanner and follow the wire up to unplug, dead simple
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    Quality nice one mate!

    When i fitted pre cat plus my intercooler, i cant remember if there was much room behind there to get at it?
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    hmmm dont know, should be if you get underneath, i just did the precat so mine was easy.

    was going to ask if you fancied a precat while you were at it

    do you know how much the lambda sensors are?
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    Quote Originally Posted by norm29

    do you know how much the lambda sensors are?
    Not sure mate, i think the o2 sensor for the precat is approx £70!

    i got the part number somewhere as well!

    EDIT ... the part number is 9193148, Tazman112 had not long changed it as he had the same error code as me!
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    yup cheapest i found when i was looking...

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Vauxhall-Lambd...QQcmdZViewItem
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    Thats a good price! saves about £7 ... its better than Vxl gettin it i suppose! I didnt think to look on ebay! Nice one Norm

    I shall be ordering one soon i think! ready for CS2

    Edit ... jus been looking at their ebay site and AFMs are cheap too at £75!
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    Theres a precat on ebay atm with the sensor in....at £7.50

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    precat on ebay

    PM the link plz mate

    cheers
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    use a 22mm spanner as you may round off the lambda sensor

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