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02 sensors - what to get

Discussion in 'Technical Chat' started by furface, Mar 21, 2024.

  1. Mar 21, 2024 at 12:59 PM
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    furface

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    I have heard the Denso sensers on Ebay and Amazon are notorious for being Chinese forgeries that may or may not work. They are cheap enough to be tempting though.
    I need 02 sensers for a June of 95 Tacoma, 2.7 Regular cab 4x4. This is one of the first Tacoma's produced and I have found it has both 94 and 95 parts on it and that tends to make life interesting... :crazy:
    I have been trying to use the search engine first before posting and asking for help but I just have not had much luck using the search engine. I Promise to keep trying and figure it out - eventually..
     
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    when in doubt you can buy the part from the dealer but would probably be expensive. at least you know you will have OEM
     
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    Or rockauto.com i had great luck buying from them for all my various vehicles. they carry legit stuff like Denso and Bosch. Never got a sense it was a knockoff version
     
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    Get genuine Denso's from a dealer or parts store, avoid cheap "genuine" parts from Amazon and ebay.

    I wish people would stop buying that crap, I understand it's cheap but it's cheap for a reason. There is zero testing or quality control on those parts and they are made using the cheapest materials and manufacturing processes possible.
    People swap all their parts with those cheap crap ones chasing a problem, throw their original good parts in the trash, and wonder why they have more problems when they are done.
    Then when they give up and take it to a shop we have to go replace all the shit parts they put on with known good parts before we can start troubleshooting the actual original problem.

    I will say to anyone that will read this, if your playing the parts swapping game (although I really advise against swapping parts without proper testing) SAVE YOUR ORIGINAL PARTS until your absolutely certain the issue is fixed.

    Anyway srry for being ranty but I just cringe everytime I see someone mention they bought or are thinking about buying amazon/ebay cheap parts because they are just asking to have issues, usually they are the ones that come on here after having "replaced everything" and they are still having issues or having more/different issues.
     
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    I normally get such a good deal from NAPPA I don't bother going online. Certain items like the 02 sensors Rock auto were half the cost.
     
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    I'm looking to change both 02 sensors on my 2007 Tacoma 2.7. I'm getting them from Amazon, both Denso. But I have a question, for the downstream sensor, they have two. One is part #234-4260 and the other is ‎#4056607794. The latter is $10 more. Do you know if there is any difference between the two?

     
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    One is Universal the other is OE Direct Fit.
    Trust me on this one, you want OE DIRECT FIT.
    You have cut and splice in the universal......
    Plus the universal are more prone to have issues.

    You didn't say what truck you had. Just the engine.
    I provided both below.

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