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o2 Sensors - is this ok?
« on: 12 October 2018, 23:12:06 »

So digging around various parts sites I notice your PFL V6 o2 sensor p/n is 90509169, which corresponds to Bosch p/n 0258003447

However, theres also listed an o2 sensor which fits Vectra, Sintra and Calibra 2.5 V6s (Bosch p/n 0258003765, Vx p/n 855338 , 90541930 , 90570582)....anyone have any good reason why they shouldn't be interchangeable? I mean they're literally the same engine. All 3 wire, same multiplug by the looks of it.

EPC doesn't seem to have any cross-pollination, but my usual example is HT leads - Vectra B ones are a totally different p/n but they do fit, even though 'computer says no.'  :-\

Anyone got any thoughts?!  :y
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Re: o2 Sensors - is this ok?
« Reply #1 on: 13 October 2018, 00:56:15 »

Variation is typically cable length to suit the logistics of each installation ;)
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Re: o2 Sensors - is this ok?
« Reply #2 on: 15 October 2018, 00:29:51 »

hmmm... what I was suspecting, then.. perfect example being the 'aforementioned' HTs, same thing, really.  :y


I might just go for this other 02 sensor, if noone can see any instance where it's going to be wrong. (looking at pics, cable length looks identical/near enough to Omega version)
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Re: o2 Sensors - is this ok?
« Reply #3 on: 19 October 2018, 23:42:23 »

EPC states this (90541930) is 'FOR LEADED FUEL MODIFICATIONS,GULF COUNTRIES' so thats possibly ended that, then....  ???
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