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1998-2002 Lincoln Continental Oxygen Sensor - Replacement - Before Catalytic Converter, 4-wire, Minor Modifications, 5.91 in.

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UNIVERSAL TYPE OXYGEN SENSOR, HEATED, 4-WIRE, SOLD INDIVIDUALLY

This REPLACEMENT oxygen sensor is crafted from high quality materials - stainless steel shell, hex nut, shield, Teflon-covered insulated wires, high-temperature rubber internal and external seals, and threaded tube coated with anti-seize compound.

Tested to ensure highest level of quality and reliability; it helps to reduce harmful emissions and extends catalyst life.

Notes: May not be compatible with flanges. May require minor modifications

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Replacement brand parts are the most affordable solution for your replacement needs! Replacement specializes in a wide range of OE comparable auto parts including body parts, lighting, electrical, brakes, suspension, intake, exhaust, cooling and heating parts. All Replacement brand items are backed by 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty.

  • Location: Before Catalytic Converter
  • Type: 4-wire
  • Product Fit: Minor Modifications
  • Quantity Sold: Sold Individually
  • Anticipated Ship Out Time: 1-2 business days
  • Includes: Butt type connectors, without plug
  • Mounting Style: Threaded-in
  • Notes: Designed to fit screw-in type bungs; May not be compatible with flanges
  • Warranty: 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty
  • Wire Length: 5.91 in.
This product fits the following Lincoln Continental submodels
  • 1998-2002: All Submodels; All Engines;

Product reviews

Not Sure?? by Roney, October 8, 2012

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Not Sure If the sensor Is Bad Or what but still have same problem. Have replaced ALL 3 Sensors??


defective part by eggman, September 12, 2012

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Part installed easily but did not work period. Ended up going to the local auto parts store and buying a Bosch oxygen sensor and it worked right away. So sending a defective part cost me 3 hours of troubleshooting time based on the assumption that Auto-parts Wharehouse would deliver a working part Now I get to spend more time to package and return the defective part for a full refund.


Great Price by T tim, September 1, 2012

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Very easy to install. Great directions. Priced very good. I would definitely recommend this product.


Good product by rolan, July 10, 2012

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Overall good product fit right and working as intented.


Awesome deal by Happy Now, June 6, 2012

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Replaced 4 sensors in '04 Mitsubishi Galant I just purchased and dealer shafted me on. You can actually look at the wiring chart on the site. I had checked to see if mine were an exact match, and with 2 blacks, a blue, and a white, it appeared it was. But it really wasn't, because when I received the sensors, I noticed that the first matchup in the charts was wrong. It showed the sensor having 2 blacks, a blue, and a white, but they just reprinted the color wires for the car, so it's a misprint. The sensors are 2 whites, a black, and a grey. If you have my type sensor, you can look further down the listings on the chart to see that they printed it properly at the bottom for 2 blacks, a blue, and a white. Once I became aware of that, everything else was simple, although it took a little time to do all 4. I would say anyone with a basic mechanical aptitude should have no problem installing, just take your time and double check you have the wires connected properly. I'd advise getting the special O2 sensor socket to make the job easier. I wrapped my crimp connectors with electrical tape to be safe. I had the battery disconnected as I removed, wired, and reinstalled all 4 at once. I was a little worried having to do 4 that something might not work out. Being extra cautious, the job took about 2 hours, and I didn't even have to jack up the car. After finishing job, engine light was out, but came back on after 80-100 miles. Wasn't sure what the problem might be. Had to get an emission inspection, so I disconnected the battery again for a few hours hoping to at least get through until it came back on. The car passed emissions, and I have driven it for over 500 miles without the light coming back, so I'd say it's good now. Don't know why it had to be disconnected twice to work, but if you're sure of your connections and sure the sensors are the problem, you might have to do this too. Very happy with the final outcome, and at $25 bucks and change each, I couldn't be happier.


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