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2000 Toyota Tundra Oxygen Sensor - Upstream - Denso 234-4162
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Part Number: 234-4162
Notes: Oxygen Sensor -- Exc. Calif.; DENSO is the O.E. Manufacturer / Oxygen Sensor
Lots of companies manufacture oxygen sensors for the Toyota's Tundra, but none is of a higher-quality construction or easier installation than the Denso oxygen sensor units. Here you can find both upstream and downstream O2 sensors that, because of their functions, cannot be interchanged. Upstream units monitor O2 content of exhaust gases before entering the catalytic converter and downstream sensors monitor O2 content of exhaust after it has passed through the converter. These Denso catalytic converters are made to fit 2000-2004 Toyota Tundra pickups, rear- and four-wheel drive models powered by either the 4.7-liter V-8 or the 3.4-liter V-6 engine.
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the sensor worked out very well. easy to install and good pricing.
the oxygen sensor arrived in timely fashion,price was good,ease of purchase was good.satisfied
After calling the local auto parts stores in my area I remembered hearing of parts geek. They were half the price for same Denso sensor. Product was as described on website and proper fit. Definitely will use again.
Had Toyota figure out my check engine light as I was coming up on the end of my warranty, but they charged me $70 at the end, my fault for using my truck like a truck. Oxygen sensor had a damaged wiring harness, must replace, can't fix, $132 for the sensor and another $100 to put it in. No thank you, ordered from Parts Geek, fast, quick ship, part was an exact OEM match, right on, went in easily, check engine light reset itself after 5 starts. Thank you very much for saving me a bunch of money, GEICO!
Great price.Easy site to use. With good inventory and service.
Thanks to Toyota this part was a pain to switch out but easy enough to do it yourself and not pay a one hundred dollar an hour mechanic to do it. After installing, I cleared the check engine light and fired up the engine and, WAHOO!, the check engine light stayed off. Mission accomplished, the Bosch oxygen sensor worked like a charm.