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Which O2 sensor to buy?

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Re: Which O2 sensor to buy?

Postby SilTezza » Tue Jul 03, 2012 4:43 am

is it the same auto and manual sensor?

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Re: Which O2 sensor to buy?

Postby poTTa » Tue Jul 03, 2012 5:22 am

what do you mean by auto or manual sensor?
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Re: Which O2 sensor to buy?

Postby xeraptor » Tue Jul 03, 2012 5:20 pm

Denso DOX-0109 worked perfectly for me. Wiring is piece of cake.
http://spark-plugs.co.uk/index.php/prod ... s/DOX-0109

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Re: Which O2 sensor to buy?

Postby SilTezza » Wed Jul 04, 2012 10:46 am

poTTa wrote:what do you mean by auto or manual sensor?

mean is the part number are the same between an auto tezza with manual tezza since auto tezza using pair of O² sensor

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Re: Which O2 sensor to buy?

Postby xeraptor » Wed Jul 04, 2012 10:43 pm

Sensors on auto have different plugs!
Sensor for 1 and 4th cylinder on auto is the same as manual, except for wire length. On manual it's 15-20cm longer.

No point in buying original though, they are made by Denso anyway.

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Re: Which O2 sensor to buy?

Postby poTTa » Thu Jul 05, 2012 5:10 am

ok...so which denso sensor should i buy?
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Re: Which O2 sensor to buy?

Postby xeraptor » Thu Jul 05, 2012 12:26 pm

As posted above Denso DOX-0109.
The wires are the same colours as original and it comes with metal connectors and heatshrink wrap as well.

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Re: Which O2 sensor to buy?

Postby kallabungo » Fri Jul 06, 2012 5:35 pm

I bought a genuine o2 sensor from toyota a couple of weeks ago. I had to give chassis number as he said there was about 6 variations for the altezza...?
Toyota part # for my V reg rs200z is 89465-53070 and cost £168, can't quite remember if that was including vat or not though.

I took note of the denso part to try and find some online,
It has etched on it:

TOYOTA
89465
-53070
DENSO 0534

05N16

If that's of any help to you? I bought the car and it had a universal one in that was falling apart, replaced it with another universal one at £30 and didn't feel it was running properly as a result so bought genuine. It did make a fair smoother drive but i had other problems to deal with too...

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Re: Which O2 sensor to buy?

Postby poTTa » Fri Jul 06, 2012 7:21 pm

kallabungo wrote:I bought a genuine o2 sensor from toyota a couple of weeks ago. I had to give chassis number as he said there was about 6 variations for the altezza...?
Toyota part # for my V reg rs200z is 89465-53070 and cost £168, can't quite remember if that was including vat or not though.

I took note of the denso part to try and find some online,
It has etched on it:

TOYOTA
89465
-53070

DENSO
1. 0534
2. 05N16


If that's of any help to you? I bought the car and it had a universal one in that was falling apart, replaced it with another universal one at £30 and didn't feel it was running properly as a result so bought genuine. It did make a fair smoother drive but i had other problems to deal with too...



The 2 DENSO ones you listed are the two aftermarket ones that you used?
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Re: Which O2 sensor to buy?

Postby kallabungo » Fri Jul 06, 2012 10:58 pm

Only 1 o2 sensor in the exhaust downpipe. The way I wrote that text is exactly as displayed on the sensor itself.

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Re: Which O2 sensor to buy?

Postby xeraptor » Sat Jul 07, 2012 12:06 pm

It's very easy to check correct operation of O2 sensor.
Just connect OBDII scanner and see that sensor voltage fluctuates from 0.1v to 0.9v on idle. Then press and release throttle. It should read 0v right after release.

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Re: Which O2 sensor to buy?

Postby Donkeymc06 » Fri Jul 20, 2012 4:11 pm

if your still looking for an O2 sensor i think i have an old one lying around, i got it with a manifold i bought, probably still alright, 02 is a lambda sensor isn't it.... it'll just have to be rewired, other than that should be grand. yours if you want it..
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Re: Which O2 sensor to buy?

Postby SilTezza » Wed Jul 29, 2015 2:41 pm

Bought and installed the denso universal sensor,works fine but then check engine light pop up.. Diagnosed and the sensor circuit triggered.. Why is that? I'm just confuse about the two black wire, which ones goes to the connector since both same color..


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