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    O2 sensor 98 C230 kompressor sport

    Hi guys

    Anybody have the part no. Lambda sensor? Oem as well as Bosch?
    Also a little question is it true that the Bosch ones are kinda like 1 size fits all and the oem part is suited directly for the motor in question

    Many thanks

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    Abbas, if it's any help here's the part number for an NGK one, it comes under the NTK brand OZA448-E45. I don't have the Bosch part number as I refused to pay the silly asking price, mind it was still a lot cheaper than what M-B wanted.

    Have a look here:

    http://www.ngkpartfinder.co.uk/car_c...ra.php?id=1952


    http://www.autopartoo.com/oem/ntk-ng...oza448e45.html
    JJJ.

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    Thanks John

    Is the length of the wire the same as original and the plug the same?
    Last edited by Abbaso; 09-10-2013 at 03:12 AM.

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    No, probs Abbas.

    Haven't fitted it yet but the plug looks the same and loom looks long enough.
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    I just checked with the stealership and its close to 400$!!
    Will definitely be ordering one like the one you have John.
    Let us know how easy or hard the fitment goes.

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    400!, ha,ha they're a funny bunch. Double check the part numbers just in case, I hate giving out numbers in case I've made a mistake and it's easy to do sometimes.
    I've decided now to hold off and not fit mine until I get the exhaust manifold crack welded.
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    Hi John. Was checking other forums a faulty TPS could also throw a P0130 code. Got price from Diesel Electric ( Bosch dealer) for the O2 sensor about 60 $
    Will check and update if it is the correct part.

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    Hi Abbas,

    60 is cheap for a Bosch one. I hear what you're saying about the TPS but I wouldn't bother doing anything until you happy there's no crack in the exhaust manifold. In actual fact I've not come across anybody mentioning a problem with the TPS?
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    Hi for those looking for the Bosch oxygen sensor part no. It is 0258005083 bBosch knock sensor 0261231188. Both on order from Germany via local dealer total cost 110$

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