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Old 03-18-2003, 10:28 AM   #11
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Old 03-18-2003, 10:51 PM   #12
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Is $62 too much to pay for an O2 sensor. It was at NAPA, or should I go to the GM dealer I got in town?
I'd say go with the factory part.... Youll be better off getting the sensor through It'll be cheaper... You need the same sensor as my 95 bonneville... The only one you need is the one in the rear manifold before the converter..
you will need the same sensor as me... you have a 96 Bonneville correct?... If so you will need P/N 25312184 this will be a genuine GM O2 sensor... the sensor is a little better than $34 and the shipping is around $7 if memory serves.... If you have any other questions let us know or send me a PM...
Umm... I was told that a new O2 sensor would be $75 +tax at the local GM parts department...
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