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i need a new o2 sensor and someone near me is selling these and says they are for an 02 gti
part#16121 and part#17014
im wondering if these o2 sensors will work in my mk3 jetta trek
 

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Re: part number guru's (ThatGuy)

yeah. they are bosch numbers the guy supplied.
i checked on bosch online but i couldnt find anything.
but their site is hella confusing anyway.
 

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Re: part number guru's (rocklizzard91)

as far as i know an o2 sensor is an o2 sensor, the end plugs may be different for you're car but just cut and splice them. i used plugs off a 2000 cabrio and they work just fine!
 

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Re: (rocklizzard91)

o2 sensors are o2 sensors. mine are working great from a 2000 cabrio! just splice you're ends on, i used little clips from home depot. no heat shrink or anything
 

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Re: (rocklizzard91)

MJM has a good price on OEM replacement, BOSCH O2's also if you call the contact number on the official BOSCH website and give them the part number, they will call you back like 15 min and tell you if that part will work on your car.
just did it for a BOSCH coil pack i bought from a guy
MJM's prices are i think $75
http://www.mjmautohaus.com/catalog
also
http://www.autohausaz.com they have good prices on parts
 

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Re: (divineVR6)

Quote, originally posted by stoveyy »
o2 sensors are o2 sensors. mine are working great from a 2000 cabrio! just splice you're ends on, i used little clips from home depot. no heat shrink or anything

true. as long as they use the same amount of wires you're good to go
Quote, originally posted by divineVR6 »
MJM has a good price on OEM replacement, BOSCH O2's

also true.
 
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