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Old 11th March 2008, 07:11   #1
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Does anyone have a part # for this? I'd like to pick up the Denso part (or close enough) from the US.

Will the O2 sensor for a D15B7 engine work for the OHC?

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This should work:

AutoZone.com | Shopping | Parts | Product Detail - Oxygen Sensor


Its from an OBD-I (pre-95) civic 1.5L engine. I'm not a 100% on that though. This is based on a purely anecdotal report of what the sensor looks like from my friend who has a City back in India.
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It should do - same engine D series
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I think I'm going to buy this -- uses the same socket is 4 wire and was used on the 1.5L engines (actually was used on most engines of the 90s)

Denso 234-4099 - Denso First Time Fit Oxygen Sensors - JEGS

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Online Catalog at DENSO Aftermarket: Performance Aftermarket Automobile Parts

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Are you sure its a 4-wire? If so I was wrong then. That's a great price. JEGS is fast on shipping too. Go for it!
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Yep, it's 4 wire (confirmed on another site).
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Should be 4-wire heated sensor.
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Are you sure its a 4-wire? If so I was wrong then. That's a great price. JEGS is fast on shipping too. Go for it!

awesome price !! the honda A.S.S. sells it for around Rs12-15k

i bought one in the grey market for around Rs3.5 k - THIS IS STILL CHEAP for a original part
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Of the following o2 sensors... which one is would fit for OHC vtec.. can any one please confirm this..

Part: Oxygen Sensor Universal
Part #: C5010-126014
Brand: Bosch
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Part: Oxygen Sensor OE Connector
Part #: C5010-88818
Brand: Bosch
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Part: Oxygen Sensor
Part #: C5010-62878
Brand: NTK
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Part: Oxygen Sensor OE Type
Part #: C5010-100896
Brand: Denso
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hi
if your car is non vtec its ok if you have a vtec it will not work you will have to check lamp

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Originally Posted by four_tire View Post
Of the following o2 sensors... which one is would fit for OHC vtec.. can any one please confirm this..

Part: Oxygen Sensor Universal
Part #: C5010-126014
Brand: Bosch
Attachment 1098

Part: Oxygen Sensor OE Connector
Part #: C5010-88818
Brand: Bosch
Attachment 1096

Part: Oxygen Sensor
Part #: C5010-62878
Brand: NTK
Attachment 1095

Part: Oxygen Sensor OE Type
Part #: C5010-100896
Brand: Denso
Attachment 1097

Hi KSM,

Any idea on how much does the last one ( DENSO C5010-100896) cost?

This is the one that comes stock from the factory.

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Originally Posted by four_tire View Post
Of the following o2 sensors... which one is would fit for OHC vtec.. can any one please confirm this..

Part: Oxygen Sensor Universal
Part #: C5010-126014
Brand: Bosch

Part: Oxygen Sensor OE Connector
Part #: C5010-88818
Brand: Bosch

Part: Oxygen Sensor
Part #: C5010-62878
Brand: NTK

Part: Oxygen Sensor OE Type
Part #: C5010-100896
Brand: Denso
I have a 2002 VTEC with O2 sensor not working. Can Experts please provide right part details or a link to the product will be great. Have a friend coming back from US next week need to order the sensor soon.
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part no. or model no. that I can see on my VTEC is
ns6 Denso 234000-2320 05d29
I tried out looking for this on google, ebay motors, amazon and autozone but couldn't identify a exact match..
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experts please comment. I am going through multiple older threads on this but could not find any conclusive solution/suggestion. please advice.
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Hey Friends,
I need to change my oxygen sensor for my Hyundai Accent 1.5
Currently, it has a malfunctioning 2 wire sensor. Can i fit a universal 4 wire sensor with the 2 heating wires connected to the ignition? because i know that upgrading to a pre-heated 4 wire sensor will improve fuel efficiency and combustion.
I am told from the around the corner section of the forum that it would cost me Rs. 3000 approx (NTK brand).
The technical question is whether are all the oxygen sensors of the same fit and size, such that a universal sensor can do the job? or do i have to go in for something which is specifically made for a Hyundai Accent 1.5? Coz my mech says that the oxygen sensors come in a universal size and i can buy any model which preheats at 12 Volts. The universal bosch sensor in this thread seems to me like a great buy to me, provided the size etc is not an issue.
Can you please confirm this?
Thanks! I plan to get this fixed by Saturday, hence please respond ASAP. You can call me at 9900239781 if you wish!
Cheers!
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