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B1-S1 ,,i need a cheap O2 sensor??

hi folks
well i need a cheap O2 sensor for my 2002,2.4 liters.

its the first one near the header,before the catalyser.
would you know a cheap one,i will keep the car 1 year maybe 2 and i am retired so no big budget.

even a used one could be good

thanks for the help
i am located in Quebec

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I always buy mine from parts store. 2nd from the bottom up in price. Around here they run about $60 US. They work just fine. Buying used is waste of money, if you ask me.



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parts store are over 100$ here


60 usd is 85 for me
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Rock auto. Use DENSO or NTK only. Donít cheap out on the upstream sensor. It is a wide band and will directly effect the way your car runs


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Being in Quebec, not sure if this may or may not help you.

If you happen to be a Amazon Prime member (or know someone that is) take a look at there Amazon Warehouse section. I've been able to find great deals on open box/used items. Sometimes it's such a great deal, that I'll purchase the part even if I don't need it.

PS. I'd also suggest searching at a junkyard.
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