Date: Tue, 09 Jul 2002 08:41:10 -0400
From: KeithG <noonenopsamspring.com>
Subject: Re: lambda / oxygen sensor


The price is a bit high, but not too far out of line with what we get here in the US (U$210.00+ for a Saab C900 O2 sensor). The sensor itself should be the same as any other 3 wire O2 sensor. The difference is the cable length and the connectors used. If it is a 3 wire sensor (2 white and one black, it is a std Bosch sensor). One solution is to get the cheapest Bosch 3 wire sensor (~ U$40.00 for a '91 Ford Crown Victoria 5.0L V8 automatic - the one I use) you can find and splice it onto the wires cut from the old sensor. The 2 white wires and the one black wire should be connected. I use an inline splice, some flux, solder and heat shrink tubing to ensure a good, weatherproof connection. If it is a poor connection, you might as well continue to use the old sensor... KeithG A&M wrote: > i have just been quoted a price of 170 pounds for a sensor for a 93 trionic > 9000 ecopower, saab must be taking the piss surely, does anyone know of any > alternatives to buying a replacement from saab, any suggestions appreciated > > cheers andy > >

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