PLX-300 replacement o2 sensor

Super6

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i have lost my notebook and did a search with no luck. i need a replacement bosch o2 sensor...i know it fits a volkswagon but what year model and make?
How many people are running this sensor with leaded fuel? thanks Bob
 
i have lost my notebook and did a search with no luck. i need a replacement bosch o2 sensor...i know it fits a volkswagon but what year model and make?
How many people are running this sensor with leaded fuel? thanks Bob

i think eric marshall is running plx. when i met him at bowling green we were talking about the 6.0 chip and he mentioned plx.
isnt it a 5 wire Bosch LSU4.2 . if so they are around 70 bucks on egay.try this one. http://www.turbobuick.com/forums/general-turbo-buick-tech/221785-innovate-sensor.html#post1643246 heres is the link to autozone. http://www.autozone.com/selectedZip...,00117/initialR,607800/shopping/selectZip.htm
 
i think eric marshall is running plx. when i met him at bowling green we were talking about the 6.0 chip and he mentioned plx.
isnt it a 5 wire Bosch LSU4.2 . if so they are around 70 bucks on egay.try this one. http://www.turbobuick.com/forums/general-turbo-buick-tech/221785-innovate-sensor.html#post1643246 heres is the link to autozone. AutoZone.com | Shopping | Parts | Product Detail - Oxygen Sensor


Almost all the aftermarket (PLX, LC1 included) use the Bosch LSU4.2 sensor.

The trick is to get them with the connector that matches your controller wiring. Innovative uses a different pigtail/connector on their sensor than does PLX. But on the PLX website you can order the sensor with either connector.

Here you can see the difference: http://www.plxdevices.com/products/accessories/boschsensor/

Type B is the connector that works on PLX wiring harness. Type A is what you'd see on a sensor from Innovative, etc.
 
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