Date: Fri, 31 Oct 1997 18:42:15 -0500
From: fristnopsamm.wvnet.edu (Ramsey Frist)
Subject: Re: Lambda Sensor


In article <19971025190701.PAA18055nopsamer02.news.aol.com>, hip82nopsamcom (Hip82) wrote: > How much should it cost to replace a lambda sensor at the dealer for a '92 900? > > How difficult is it to replace Myself? I was told by mechanics that I respect that there are only two types of oxygen sensors, two-wire and three-wire and any will work on virtually any car. I bought a generic three wire sensor for my 85 turbo about 3 years ago (since handed down to my son) and spliced it into the SAAB connector. The cost was about $45. It stopped the "hunting" at idle and it still averages 27 miles to the gallon. They may be tough to remove. Try a deep socket with a breaker bar. Install with anti-seize so it will be easier the next 100,000 miles. Good luck, R. Frist

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