1980 - 1999 Many Vehicles Oxygen Sensor

New Denso Oxygen O2 Sensor For AM General, AMC, Buick, Cadillac, Chevy, Geo, GMC, Isuzu, Jeep, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, Renault, And Suzuki.
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Part # 234-1001
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New Denso Oxygen Sensor fits the following vehicles:

Denso OEM Direct Replacement - No Cutting Required - Single Wire Unheated Direct Fit
 
The Oxygen Sensor is a critical component of today's modern vehicle.  The O2 Sensor works with the vehicle's Electronic Control Unit (ECU) to constantly maintain the operational efficiency of the engine.  If the oxygen content in the exhaust is too high (a lean mixture) or too low (a rich mixture), the oxygen sensor is able to transmit this information back to the ECU which then adjusts the air to fuel ratio.  The O2 Sensor accomplishes this task in cooperation with the ECU by sampling the exhaust more than 60 times per second.  A properly functioning oxygen sensor helps a vehicle operate at peak engine efficiency and regulates the amount of environmentally harmful emissions put out by the engine.
 
A faulty oxygen sensor will typically create a Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) of P0130-P0167 and the check engine light will turn on.
 
Replacing the O2 Sensor is really pretty easy, and can normally be done with just a few small hand tools.  TechChoice offers only OEM-style replacement sensors, not universal, so there is no cutting or splicing required.
ACDelco: 213-1165, AFS20, AFS21
Beck/Arnley: 156-1014
Bosch: 12014
BWD: OS102
Delphi: ES10966
Denso: 234-1001
General Motors: 10042186, 25105107, 25106073, 25162600, 25162693, 25162753, 25165118, 25166816, 5616959, 8990469, 8990741, 97018586, 19211437
Standard Motor Products: SG5, SG5T
Walker: 15963
 
We stock this auto part in 20 warehouses across the US, including Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, and Washington.  Most addresses are within 1 shipping day of one of these warehouses, 2 days max.