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    quick question

    If I keep getting fault code

    P0130-(4) o2 Sensor Circuit Voltage High - Not Present

    Do I just need a new sensor? If so does anyone know the part number?

    Its on a 1999 Astra G 1.8 sport

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    Also is there only 1 o2 sensor on this car? Does this part number sound right?

    9202575??

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    part No is 90536393

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    check your manifold aswell, i've had 0130 come up because mine had a crack in it

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    Thanks guys. Steve how do you know its that one?

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    that is the one that my vauxhall EPC lists for for your particular model, mate

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