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Oxygen Sensor for 1998 BMW 528i

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Bosch 4-wire OE replacement Oxygen Sensor

Bosch invented the automotive oxygen sensor and is the number one choice of vehicle manufacturers around the world. Properly functioning oxygen sensors are important when it comes to your vehicles fuel efficiency and reducing harmful exhaust emissions.

  • 4-wire

  • Constructed of premium ceramic technology that incorporates Zirconia or Titania and Yttrium for superior protection against mechanical and thermal shock
  • Patented catalytically activated fine particle filter prevents contamination for extended life and ensures precise voltage to the engine's emission control computer, while a second filter doubles protection against exhaust gas contamination is thereby increasing its sensor life
  • Prevents premature failure of the catalytic converter
  • Snug fitting OE-style silicone boots ensure proper fit, function, and appearance
  • Rigorously tested for perfect performance while saving money in fuel costs
  • Direct plug-in, no cutting or splicing required
Bosch Oxygen Sensor, Center, 4-wire, Direct Fit
$86.51 List Price $215.65 Save $129.14 Availability: In Stock
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  • SKU#: BS13884
  • Quantity Sold: Sold Individually
  • Recommended Use: OE Replacement
  • Anticipated Ship Out Time: Same day - 1 business day
  • Warranty: 12-month or unlimited-mileage Bosch limited warranty
  • Wire Length: 40.2 in.
Fits the following 1998 BMW 528i submodels:
  • 6 Cyl 2.8L | Base
Rating: (see review/s)

"Purchased sensors then shop said I didn't need them. Customer service was very easy to deal with and I received a prompt refund." posted by: FLORIDALOON on November 20, 2010

"Ioriginally ordered the cheaper sensor, but it only lasted for a few hours. This one is working nicely. Money well spent." posted by: mzracer on July 16, 2009