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Be sure the new sensor doesn't use some kind of universal electrical connector that must be spliced into your existing wiring, since it will likely cause problems. The heated sensor I replaced in my 2003 a couple of years ago was, I think, about $85 at Advanced Auto Parts, and that sensor connected perfectly to the existing electrical connector. The last thing you want to start doing is cutting off your original wiring and connections in favor of some crappy aftermarket deal. I wouldn't go too cheap with the sensors.
 
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