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I have been driving for a lot of years, a wide variety of new and used cars. I have never ever had an O2 sensor fail until today. P0132 and p0134, not a catastrophic event but one can certainly feel the lack of power and observe a significant increase in fuel consumption. Out of warrantee, and GM Canada will take 118 dollars off your hands as they hand you a new part that you got to wait 4 days for. So I went with my favorite aftermarket parts join and ordered NGK for 91 dollars


 

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update.... I ordered and installed this NTK O2 sensor. It was a convenient direct fit, complete with a packet of copper anti-seize. The connector needed a little leverage to pull the locking device, past the first stop.
 

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