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    i need a wideband o2 sensor, can i get one from autozone and splice it?

    My o2 sensor just died and i need another one that will fit my aem wideband connector. Is there a generic sensor from like autozone/checkers that i can splice the new one to my aem connector. I think they are 5 wire? anyone know which one will work and or part #?

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    Uhm I dunno if the aem's are the same as the one innovate uses but the last time I needed a replacement I got one from Napa. I think it was a bosch LSU4.2.

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    its teh same but napa wants like 86 plus freight

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    Ouch the price must have gone up then. I think I got mine for under 70

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    I know AEM uses a Bosch that is OEM for a VW jetta if I am correct....

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    That does sound right, but i'm not sure which VW model/year
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbuhrman View Post
    I know AEM uses a Bosch that is OEM for a VW jetta if I am correct....

    I believe that is the LSU4.2. I think that is how I had napa look it up because they wanted a make/model (new guy couldn't look it up from the part number I gave him)

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    ya thats the same thing tey told me

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    Ebay has them for 60-70 shipped

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    amazon has them for about $70 and you can ship overnight

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