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> P0420 Code And Diagnosis Lead To Front O2 Sensor Bad, Looking for replacement online...
ultracool
post Nov 7 2011, 01:48 PM
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So i want through local shops and they want to charge me over $300 for it... No one wants to give me the bosch part #... The mechanics that did the diagnosis and pin pointed the front o2 sensor being bad said that it was reading low voltage. He described it as being the one upfront and too look for before catalyct/ upstream/front replacement. I tried online and I am getting way too many parts # and replacements with all sorts of prices... Trying to get help here to buy the proper one. So the car is a S40 2006 2.4i base model. I have located the following website:

fcpeuro.com

And found them to be the cheapest and most fitment specs to be more detailed. But they have these as FRONT/Uptream replacement...
Bosch 15176, 15177, 13514 and 13516

So which one of these is the proper one given my Engine specs? Will appreciate your inputs and feedback. Thanks in advance.

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post Nov 16 2020, 07:20 PM
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QUOTE (ultracool @ Nov 7 2011, 02:48 PM)
So i want through local shops and they want to charge me over $300 for it... No one wants to give me the bosch part #... The mechanics that did the diagnosis and pin pointed the front o2 sensor being bad said that it was reading low voltage. He described it as being the one upfront and too look for before catalyct/ upstream/front replacement. I tried online and I am getting way too many parts # and replacements with all sorts of prices... Trying to get help here to buy the proper one. So the car is a S40 2006 2.4i base model. I have located the following website:

fcpeuro.com

And found them to be the cheapest and most fitment specs to be more detailed. But they have these as FRONT/Uptream replacement...
Bosch 15176, 15177, 13514 and 13516

So which one of these is the proper one given my Engine specs? Will appreciate your inputs and feedback. Thanks in advance.


I think 15177. 13514 is for a California engine variant.
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