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#1 Old 06-30-2011, 05:57 PM
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03 Murano o2 Sensors

Hey guys i recently purchased a 03 Nissan Murano with 110 Kms and my check engine light came on not to long ago, and along with that the car doesn't want to accelerate sometimes or it dies right when being started and i have to floor it and then it stays on. I got it checked and it showed the o2 sensor codes for bank 1 sensors 1&2 and bank 2 sensors 1 & 2. So i was wondering since i don't exactly have 700 to spend on o2 sensors right now, would Bosch replacements be ok ? I found them on parts train for 55 each. Anyone have any input on this subject ?
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Hey guys i recently purchased a 03 Nissan Murano with 110 Kms and my check engine light came on not to long ago, and along with that the car doesn't want to accelerate sometimes or it dies right when being started and i have to floor it and then it stays on. I got it checked and it showed the o2 sensor codes for bank 1 sensors 1&2 and bank 2 sensors 1 & 2. So i was wondering since i don't exactly have 700 to spend on o2 sensors right now, would Bosch replacements be ok ? I found them on parts train for 55 each. Anyone have any input on this subject ?
It depends whether the wiring harness on the existing O2 sensors would plug into the Bosch replacements. If they do, you are fine. One reason why the factory sensors cost so much is because they come with the attached wiring harness and tie clips too.

A bad O2 sensor should not cause your car to die, as the computer can default to open loop mode to bypass a bad sensor (you would run rich and get poor mileage). I would check other things like the throttle body and mass air sensor.

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so did you buy the aftermarket O2 sensor or sticked with oem? having issues with both of my upper o2 sensors..dont know if to go with OEM (bosch) or NTK (NGK).
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just gonna hi-jack this post since dont know how to create post..on the run..sorry guys...but has anyone here used the Autozone wideband (o2) sensors??? or yall just use the OEM (from nissan dealers)
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