That is the correct number. I did it myself years ago.if you really need to save money, you can always do the 1-wire conversions.:shrug: I think the bosch 11027 is the part number, they run about $18 a piece or so. I have both of mine done that way.
This goes with what I was talking about. The car won't run rich at idle since the car's in open loop, but while driving, it could run a little rich until the heat up. They do heat up rather quickly though while driving, just not instantly like the OEM one would due to it's built in heater.Only problem is it runs a bit rich for the first minute or two.
bmxfuel007, the rockauto doesn't give the same part # as the bosch site!!!
Aznpoo, the denso part number 234-4068 is not listed for my car, not sure it fits.
I have a 96 mx6 V6, I want to change all 4....
Runs for 300$ Cdn for universal's....
I heard some members get them for cheap, I'm willing to pay someone to send me some over
I want the bosch part #15733 (Not sure but I think two of these)
part # 15735 (I need two)
Let me know.....