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Oxygen sensor

Postby B_land » Sat 07.04.2018, 13:54

I Have engine check light code 13 - oxygen sensor - does any one have a spare they do not want? Or can recommend how I can obtain at resonable cost?

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Re: Oxygen sensor

Postby wayne » Sat 07.04.2018, 14:41

Info from the wiki:

Jade and Nitro identified the Discount Auto #11039 as a direct replacement for Fed Elans,
Doug also identified the Bosch #13277 and Charlie the NGK #21012.
Rockauto also list the Bosch #15701 as a direct replacement

Rockauto have the Bosch 13277 listed for £39
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Re: Oxygen sensor

Postby B_land » Sat 07.04.2018, 15:10

Thanks - cannot get on Wiki at the moment seems links don't work. Cheers
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Re: Oxygen sensor

Postby RonR » Sat 07.04.2018, 16:32

I can confirm Bosch 15701 from Rock Auto fits and has the correct plug for the lotus loom - used one on my recent closed loop upgrade.
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Re: Oxygen sensor

Postby B_land » Sat 07.04.2018, 16:58

Thanks for your input Wayne and Ron,
Ordered Bosch 17501 today.

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Re: Oxygen sensor

Postby wayne » Sat 07.04.2018, 17:19

Pleased you got sorted Bruce.

I think the wiki has been down for a while.

I grabbed a copy of it a few years ago using teleport pro. It comes in handy when its down.

I saved the files here: Wiki but you will need to download teleport pro or similar to be able to open it.
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Re: Oxygen sensor

Postby B_land » Sun 08.04.2018, 16:51

Thanks Wayne I'll see how I can gain access.

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Re: Oxygen sensor

Postby alan e » Sun 08.04.2018, 17:14

Worth buying the socket for removing the sensor they can be very tight.
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Re: Oxygen sensor

Postby HJ2 » Sun 08.04.2018, 18:30

Indeed!
And buy grip pliers to match to keep the socket in shape whilst applying brute force (or the socket will simply flex open...)
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Re: Oxygen sensor

Postby B_land » Sun 08.04.2018, 19:54

Thanks for the advice plenty of penetrating fluid being applied in readiness.
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Re: Oxygen sensor

Postby muley » Sun 08.04.2018, 20:03

HJ2 wrote:Indeed!
And buy grip pliers to match to keep the socket in shape whilst applying brute force (or the socket will simply flex open...)


..or fit a jubilee clip round the socket. Heating the plug with a blowtorch will help.

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Re: Oxygen sensor

Postby ElanBRG » Sun 08.04.2018, 21:04

The real trick to getting the O2 sensor off easily is to take the car on a spirited run and then remove it while it's still toasty hot.
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