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#1 Old Jun 12th, 2003, 10:21 PM
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Oxygen Sensor: Bosch vs NGK

What do you guys think about this one, which is a better Oxygen Sensor performer for most Nissan, esp. Maxima?

Bosch OR NGK OR any other brands that you trusted? I know that Nissan is very picky when it comes to spark plugs, it only takes NGK platinum or higher quality plugs from NGK like iridium but does it matters when it comes to Oxygen Sensor?

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#2 Old Jun 12th, 2003, 10:31 PM
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Stick with Bosch that's the oem brand. Autozone sells Bosch 02 sensors with the oem connector, that's where i got mine from...

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Mine as well get Bosch. I don't really think there is a difference between the ngk and bosch is there?

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#4 Old Jun 13th, 2003, 08:01 PM
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Thanks, I'll go with Bosch then.
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Is it possible to improve performance by rplacing my oxygen sensor? If so, how does that work?
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#6 Old Jul 3rd, 2003, 08:51 PM
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How does it works?

Here is a very nice written article that will explains it in details and the guy who wrote it, used Bosch OS as an example too.

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#7 Old Jul 9th, 2003, 09:14 PM
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Bosch OS is Number #1
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#8 Old Mar 3rd, 2011, 08:00 AM
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do you no how to change a blower motor resistor in a nissan maxima 1996 and how to get to it
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You would be better off starting a new thread than to tag onto one that is over 7 years old! Resistor is accessable from below the passenger side of the dash. It will probably have a brown harness connector and be held in with one or two Phillips head screws.
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Originally Posted by jayshawn31 View Post
do you no how to change a blower motor resistor in a nissan maxima 1996 and how to get to it

I should almost ban you for resurrecting a 7 year old thread about o2 sensors with a question about a blower motor resistor.

Are you new to the internet or something?

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