Oxygen Sensor Replacement?

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Hello all,

My O2 sensor burned out. My Bank 1 O2 not reading anything on logs even though car runs fine. Is Bank 1 drivers side front I assume?

I am running E85 and I heard someone say they are running Raptor O2's at one point? Where are you sourcing these O2 sensors from?





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i just did all mine just for the sake of having them new ... passenger side one is a pita to get to ,assuming your doing upstream downstream is cake
 
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i just did all mine just for the sake of having them new ... passenger side one is a pita to get to ,assuming your doing upstream downstream is cake
I have long tubes so my pass side will be easy. Im just trying to understand exactly which ones people are getting OEM or other and where your getting them from.
 

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I replaced my Upstream Bank 2 a couple of weeks ago. I also have long tubes installed. Stayed with OEM sensors, from what I have read, failures seem to be tied to bad harness extensions and the placement of the sensor further back in the stream.
 

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I replaced mine with OEM, they lasted 800 miles and died again. Replaced with NTK (NGK Brand) and so far so good for about 1k miles. This time I wrapped all the connectors with electrical tape hoping to keep ALL moisture out, as that seems to kill them.
 

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I replaced mine with OEM, they lasted 800 miles and died again. Replaced with NTK (NGK Brand) and so far so good for about 1k miles. This time I wrapped all the connectors with electrical tape hoping to keep ALL moisture out, as that seems to kill them.
 
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I replaced mine with OEM, they lasted 800 miles and died again. Replaced with NTK (NGK Brand) and so far so good for about 1k miles. This time I wrapped all the connectors with electrical tape hoping to keep ALL moisture out, as that seems to kill them.
I hears about the moisture issue. What connectors did you wrap with electrical tape?
 

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The ones on the extension harness.
 
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The ones on the extension harness.
This is interesting. I always thought it was moisture that accumulates on the smaller head that fails them but your saying moisture comes down the connector ruins the wiring?
 

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i got mine from rock auto cheapest price think it cost me 89 buck s for both upstreams
 

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This is interesting. I always thought it was moisture that accumulates on the smaller head that fails them but your saying moisture comes down the connector ruins the wiring?
It was just a hunch I had. No harm in trying.
 

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