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Re: o2 sensor

Brian,  This would be just a guess on my part.  But, I bet if you pull 
the sensor, it will have a Bosch part number on the body.  Just take 
that to your local AutoZone or equal, and get a replacement for about 
$60 or less.

Then be sure to let us know how you did.  For the record, most O2 
sensors should be replaced at 60k miles on cars and the like.  Should 
be the same for a bike, don't you think?

Bob Hadden '98RS

On Wednesday, November 12, 2003, at 05:06 PM, Brian Fisk wrote:

>   I think I may have a problem with the o2 sensor on my 97 RT. I have
> 130,000 miles on it. I asked the dealer about the cost of one $216  is 
> a
> bit much. Anyone know of a replacement that is no where near that cost.
> And is there any way to check to see if the one I have is good?
>         Brian Fisk
> Paul Revere was an alarmist