|Item Weight||2.82 ounces|
|Item model number||234-4260|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||234-4260|
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Denso 234-4260 Oxygen Sensor
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- Designed to detect the amount of oxygen in the exhaust system
- Constructed from high quality material
- Features double protection layer, aluminum oxide trap layer, PTFE filter and stainless steel housing
- Manufactured with precision to meet OE standards
- Easy installation
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Denso Oxygen Sensor is designed to detect the amount of oxygen in the exhaust stream. It is constructed from high quality stainless steel, porous polytetrafluoroethylene, fluorine rubber, aluminum oxide, high-grade platinum and ceramics. This Sensor features double protection layer, aluminum oxide trap layer, porous PTFE filter and stainless steel housing. It is manufactured with precision to meet OE standards. This oxygen sensor can be installed easily and ensures longevity.
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The dealer wanted over $150 for the original Toyota part. I found Denso sensor on Amazon for less than $60.00 and decided to order. Part arrived and fit my Toyota like a glove, no more check engine light.
Highly recommend Denso sensor, great price, fast shipping!
The Denso sensor is the exact replacement model, right down to the same electrical connector. Denso's website gives good details about the exact replacement vs. universal models.
It was a little easier to remove and replace the sensors than I thought it would be since the old ones were in the manifold so long. I did shoot them with some PB Blaster about a week before, and then again right before removing the old sensors.
Note: here's an easy way to find out which sensor you need. The 2GR-FE v6 engine is a transverse layout with cylinders 1-3-5 (Bank 1) near the windshield. Cylinders 2-4-6 are Bank 2, near the front grille. Bank 2 Sensor 2 is underneath the car near the driver's side. Just on the right is Bank 1 Sensor 2 (nearer passenger side). Both sensors 1 (Bank 1 and 2) are near the engine under the hood and can be worked on and accessed there.
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This part helped me clear a wide range of check engine light error codes by replacing a failed oxygen sensor (bank 2 sensor 2) on my '07 Camry XLE (3.5L V6). The failed O2 sensor was causing not only a low O2 sensor voltage error code, but also engine control module failure code, and cylinder misfire codes (which I believe are caused by the engine control module defaulting out of stable fuel/air ratio control when the O2 sensor fails). Replacing the O2 sensor cleared all the codes.
My only beef is that the product description is not exactly clear which sensor on the vehicle this model is meant to replace, and that the vehicle compatibility cross check information was actually wrong when I compared it against the Denso webpage. In general, it seems that auto parts suppliers do a lousy job in helping the purchaser to nail down exactly what part is required. Please provide a diagram!