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Mopar uses 2 different part numbers. This is for 2012-2018.

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Yeah, I saw that too. So why would bosch show it fitting all 4??? Could it simply be that the only real difference is the cable length?
 

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Yeah, I saw that too. So why would bosch show it fitting all 4??? Could it simply be that the only real difference is the cable length?
probably...and the AM cable lengths are different than Mopar. I just went through the same exercise a few weeks ago.

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I think as long as they fit in the bungholes it shoud be ok,and i'd think the logic in what they read should be the same the difference would be in the interpretation from the readings and that's done by the PCM. With that said i'll still buy them according to what the manufacturer have specd for the vehicle. Downstream or upstream. Every manufacturer list part numbers accordingly.
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Yeah, I saw that too. So why would bosch show it fitting all 4??? Could it simply be that the only real difference is the cable length?
An O2 sensor is an O2 sensor, as far as how they work. In respect to the different part numbers, this would be because of the length of the wires. Without seeing the Bosch sensors I'd think they have leads long enough to be used in all locations.
 

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An O2 sensor is an O2 sensor, as far as how they work. In respect to the different part numbers, this would be because of the length of the wires. Without seeing the Bosch sensors I'd think they have leads long enough to be used in all locations.
That's kinda what I was thinking as well.
 
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