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Old 08-04-2013, 05:58 PM   #31
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Found the thread by Big Sarge, rockauto.com discount code:

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I'm tempted to buy some O2's as my mileage isn't very great, but I dont know how to drive either $200+ for O2's is a lot of gas if it only increases mileage a few mpg...

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Old 08-04-2013, 08:48 PM   #33
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I'm tempted to buy some O2's as my mileage isn't very great, but I dont know how to drive either $200+ for O2's is a lot of gas if it only increases mileage a few mpg...
Im the 3rd owner, and they never been changed in my 01 tj. Wasn't sure if it made an impact for mpg(not going there) but at 189k km i figured wasnt bad maintenance anyhow.
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Never been changed in mine either, only at about 120k km, dunno if I should spend the cash though some people say they are regular maintenace items...
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I went from 11-12 mpg to 14-16 (hardly ever on freeway mostly 40mph) when I replaced my original O2 sensors at 150k miles. If I do the math on the percentage of miles gained it equates to around $11 per tank (which is a week) that I am gaining. That means in less than two months my 2 O2 sensors will pay for themselves. If I had the California model with 4 sensors it would pay off in just over three months. Doesn't seem like a waste of money to me though YMMV.
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Old 08-05-2013, 10:21 AM   #36
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I had been having sputtering issues in my 2004 2.4l TJ for quite some time. I finally changed the O2 sensor, and that fixed the problem for a few days. RevCo666 let me know about the problems with Bosch, and shortly after learning about these issues I began to experience them. My Bosch sensor threw a CEL 2 weeks after I installed it. Buy NTK!!!!!! In case those discount codes are expired or will expire soon, I have this one: 1574541712895315. Enter it the same way, in the "how did you hear about us" blank, then press Apply. Thanks education by the way RevCo.
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I had been having sputtering issues in my 2004 2.4l TJ for quite some time. I finally changed the O2 sensor, and that fixed the problem for a few days. RevCo666 let me know about the problems with Bosch, and shortly after learning about these issues I began to experience them. My Bosch sensor threw a CEL 2 weeks after I installed it. Buy NTK!!!!!! In case those discount codes are expired or will expire soon, I have this one: 1574541712895315. Enter it the same way, in the "how did you hear about us" blank, then press Apply. Thanks education by the way RevCo.
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