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Old 03-09-2005, 06:40 PM   #11
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I just got off the phone with an official AC Delco retailer. We will see what they say about the O2 sensor when they call back.
your 93 is a 3 wire heated
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O2 sensor part numbers are in Techinfo. Pick yours out, tell us how many wires you have, ask us to verify the part number, and order it through www.gmpartsdirect.com

That'll get you an AC Delco O2 at the best price possible.
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What is a 3-wire heated O2 sensor called in Parts-Greek?
I fall in one of the parts in Tech Info that has an oddball name and no year with no reasonable description.
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If you have a single wire sensor you will need this one
1993 single wire Vin # L,1
GM# 25162693 (AC Delco #AFS-20)
$26.40



If you have a 3 wire sensor you will need this one
1993 HTD Vin # L,1
GM# 25312185 (AC Delco #AFS-76)
$34.07

NOTE: The prices reflected may have changed and are without shipping..

Either way both of these are called an O2 Sensor( Oxyogen Sensor )

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acdelco.com matches my vin to a 3-wire heated which is AFS76. Plz verify.
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acdelco.com matches my vin to a 3-wire heated which is AFS76. Plz verify.
Yes thats the one you want then, just make sure its a 3 wire unit on your car.. Please see the GM Part Number in my last post for the AFS-76

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Either way both of these are called an O2 Sensor( Oxyogen Sensor )
I'm not a complete idiot. Please don't make statements like this one.
Would be nice if quote worked though.
Are my quotes showing up correctly everyone else? All I see is the code that is supposed to make the statement a quote.
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What is a 3-wire heated O2 sensor called in Parts-Greek?
I fall in one of the parts in Tech Info that has an oddball name and no year with no reasonable description


Then please do NOT ask questions like above....


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What is a 3-wire heated O2 sensor called in Parts-Greek?
I fall in one of the parts in Tech Info that has an oddball name and no year with no reasonable description


Then please do NOT ask questions like above....


Have a nice life :shock:
Why the hell wouldn't I if the parts in Tech Info are not as listed in the AC Delco catalog? The abbreviations of the parts aren't even close to the catalog.
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Nobody is making fun of anyone here. Don'* intent was clarification. Alot of members here don't know what some of the parts on the car are called, and we can't assume any differently if we don't know you.

His intent was helpful in nature. Not derrogetory.
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