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I'm looking at replacing the entire exhaust system on my 95 LWB as it's pretty much shot and my neighbors are complaining. The O2 sensors are pretty pricey so I'm looking to save some money and try re-using the existing O2 sensors.

My question is, is there a test to verify that the O2 sensors are still good?

Or, is it just prudent to replace them?

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James
 

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I've never seen one, and I looked, believe me. I found that oxygen sensors are the same diameter for a 1991 Nissan V-6 pickup, but they don't come with the same plug that the Rover uses, but cost half as much mail-order. I splice new O2 sensors onto my old plug when I change them.

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Thanks Scott. I've decided to reuse the existing oxygen sensors and see how it goes. I can always install them later.

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FWIW, my frinds LWB was throwing code 44 and running as if it was on its death bed, I took the oxygen sensor out and cleaned it with ether and brake parts cleaner and it ran fine no codes etc. To be proactive the O2's were replaced with new ones from AB with no change..
 
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