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Swapping out the rest of the o2 sensors some of the oem's online are $300 each ..what brand have you guys used that didnt cause any issues ?
 

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Dorman O2 sensors "cured" the CEL in my Highlander. The bigger issue was the rusted welded in threads stripped that fortunately was able to be re-tapped otherwise it's time for a bung. Tried Bosch once on the CRV with no issues but it has a bad rep on the Internet.
 

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I use Denso nowadays. Rockauto typically has the best price. Years ago on OBD1 cars I used Bosch without an issue. But I have not used Bosch in many many years and never on an OBD2 car.
 

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I've only had to do this once in my vehicular history... used Denso and the sensor cured the CEL. But the damn thread came out with the sensor and I didn't have a tap in the proper size so a local muffler shop fixed it for $50.
 
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Thanks All I Was looking at the NTK or Denso's so they run around $94 not bad need to order them .
 

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Genuine NTK only.
 
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I've got a Bosch O2 sensor in one of my Crosstours to try and solve a CEL. Seemed to work fine for a while until the same CEL code popped up again. So your left wondering if its the Bosch sensor or a larger problem with the car. I think the latter, but with all the negative comments on the Bosch, it makes me sceptical. I'll choose OEM Denso from now on.
 
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