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Old 04-01-2004, 01:38 PM
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1987 Mercedes 260E Oxygen Sensor Connector under the front passenger seat carpet

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Old 04-01-2004, 01:40 PM
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http://www.oxygensensors.com/
(You can see a picture there.)

1987 MB260E
Type # of Wires Brand Price
OEM 3 Walker $106.99
OEM 3 Bosch $133.99
Universal 3 Walker $44.95
Universal 3 Bosch $89.99

1990 Ford Mustang V8-5.0L
Type # of Wires Brand Price
OEM 3 Walker $43.50
OEM 3 Denso $43.99
Universal 3 Walker $44.95

April 2004


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1987 MERCEDES-BENZ 260E 2.6L Fuel Injected L6 Vin:103.940
Manufacturer Description Price
STANDARD MOTOR PRODUCTS UPSTREAM SENSOR 130.01
NGK Univ.; 3 Wire Non-Flanged 50.13
NGK OE; Frt. of Conv. 135.07
BOSCH OE Type Before Catalyst 127.54
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Old 04-01-2004, 03:11 PM
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http://www.oxygensensorwholesale.com/ford_1990_mustang_lx.html
1990 Ford Mustang GT/ LX Oxygen Sensor
Engine: 5.0L GAS
Year: 1990
Brand: Bosch
$38.80

http://www.maximumautoparts.com/FO_Oxygen~Sensor_MUST-GT-002_items.html
Ford Oxygen Sensor
Brand: Bosch
Year Range: 1984-1995
Fits: 1985 to 1985
Category: Ford Fuel Injection
Model Engine: V8 5.0
Make: Ford
Model: Mustang GT
Price: $37.20
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Old 04-01-2004, 03:16 PM
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two connectors under the front passenger carpet ??

I accidentally found two connectors under the front passenger carpet. They do not fit each other. One has number 009 545 1728, another 9608 ??
Does anyone can guess what it is?
Thx.
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Old 04-01-2004, 03:22 PM
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You'll need to replace the cracked "cam cover-to-air cleaner rubber-thingy".

RE: "This is the crack on "air delivery tube" ??
RE: "cam cover-to-air cleaner rubber-thingy"

What is the right name (number) of this part to order?

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Old 04-05-2004, 05:07 PM
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It is a BREATHER HOSE, part 103 094 10 82

How the air intake does work?
If air does not go through an air filter but bypass through a crack in BREATHER HOSE it is still the same air.
What does the vacuum do? Why does a car need it?

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I checked my O2 sensor 3 times - 2 times after driving for 40-60 min I got constant 0.30-0.32 V on any rpm. But the first reading from cold start was 0.7 V ??
I am going to test the sensor with propane today.

>>c. Artificially enrich the fuel mixture by directing propane into the intake until the engine speed drops by 200 rpm. Or, if you're working on a vehicle with electronic fuel injection, you can remove and plug the vacuum line to the fuel pressure regulator.

Where is the vacuum line to the fuel pressure regulator?

>>a. Induce a small vacuum leak.
b. If the voltmeter rapidly drops to .2 volts or below in less than a second, then the oxygen sensor is correctly measuring the lean mixture. But, if the voltmeter responds sluggishly, or if it stays above .2 volts, then the sensor should be replaced.

How to induce a small vacuum leak?


Thank you for your help.

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