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Beck Arnley Oxygen Sensor
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Sale Price: $72.23
(1) In Stock
Part Number: 5981-05095257
Notes: Oxygen Sensor -- DIRECT FIT,Post Catalytic Converter; CALIF And Non-CALIF
Condition: New

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Vehicle Engine
• 1998 Honda Accord 2.3L 4 Cyl 

Beck Arnley Oxygen Sensor
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(Read reviews)
Sale Price: $71.23
(2) In Stock
Part Number: 5981-05095263
Notes: Oxygen Sensor -- DIRECT FIT,Post Catalytic Converter; NON CALIF ESV
Condition: New

Shipping Options:
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This Product Fits the Following: Warehouse: B
Vehicle Sub Model Engine
• 1998 Honda Accord LX  3.0L V6 J30A1 

4.9 stars - (162 Reviews)
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Oxygen Sensor Reviews - 1998 Honda Accord
Denso | 234-4620
 


I had to purchase both a 'upstream' and a 'downstream oxygen sensor, which was purchased and installed


December 3rd, 2014 | Posted by Happy2ski

Bosch | 13071
 


We bought a Oxygen sensor for our 98 Honda from partsgeek.com a few weeks ago. It was very easy to search and find the part we needed. It was shipped out right away and we received our part with in a few days. We will be sure to use partsgeek.com for any future part we may need to purchase.


December 1st, 2013 | Posted by Kelsy and Ben

Denso | 234-4621
 


I was very pleased with the product quality as well as the quick turnaround of the product. I just had it install. I would probably buying more products in the near future


December 3rd, 2014 | Posted by Happy2ski

Denso | 234-4620
 


after replacing both O2 sensors the check engine light stopped coming on.


June 8th, 2015 | Posted by works as advertized

Denso | 234-4621
 


Fit well and even came with some anti-sieze for easy installation. Car seems to be driving better as a result of proper fuel/air ratio.


March 12th, 2014 | Posted by Ang

Denso | 234-4621
 


I replaced both the upstream and down stream O2's with denso before replacing the cat. converter. The check engine light never came on again. After 1 day of driving the catalytic converter blew out so now I have a complete new system. I'm sure the sensors were bad because the light stop[ed coming on


June 8th, 2015 | Posted by works as advertized



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