Any old O2 in a storm. The O2 sensor technology is only done about four different was that I know of with the MB 1v chemical generator about the most common.
Just the fact that it works on the same voltage won't get it on OBDII cars where the controller actually tests the efficiency of the sensor. Sensors are very different in access slots and chemical reactivity depending how they are mounted. If you happen to get a Ford sensor that fits all the design criteria and works efficiently more power to ya, we have used universal sensors for unmonitored systems for years. Those with "check engine lights" beware, just working is not enough.
Bosch Master, ASE Master, L1
33 years MB technician