Denso new arrival 234-9021 Upstream Heated Oxygen Sensor with 4-Wire Plug and 14.17” outlet sale Harness sale

Denso new arrival 234-9021 Upstream Heated Oxygen Sensor with 4-Wire Plug and 14.17” outlet sale Harness sale

Denso new arrival 234-9021 Upstream Heated Oxygen Sensor with 4-Wire Plug and 14.17” outlet sale Harness sale

Brand
Denso
Material
Zirconium
Item Weight
0.26 Pounds
Mounting Type
Threaded


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Denso Air and Fuel Ratio sensor is designed to detect the amount of the exhaust gas air and fuel ratio. It is constructed from durable material that is corrosion and abrasion resistant. This sensor features zirconia solid electrolyte integrated with alumina heater substrate which precicely controls the amount of oxygen concentration that flows into the diffusion layer to limit current flow. This sensor can easily be installed and ensures longevity.

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Features

  • Manufactured to detect the amount of exhaust gas air fuel ratio
  • Constructed from durable material
  • Features zirconia solid electrolyte
  • Highly accurate
  • Easy installation

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  • ASIN: B000C5YD42
  • Customer Reviews: 4.6 out of 5 stars 743Reviews
  • Best Sellers Rank:
    #33,375 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive)
    #73 in Automotive Replacement Oxygen Sensors
  • Date First Available: January 2, 2007
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Q: i own a lexus 2000 es300 replaced sensor 1 bank 1 i still have a code light come on of 113…

A: I know this question was asked 3 years ago but it may help someone else. For Lexus ES300 m…

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Q: Hello buyers. did your sensor come in a denso box that said "assembled in the usa from for…

A: Yes, mine came in a Denso box that says assembled in the USA from foreign components". App…

Kindle Customer | 2 years ago

Q: will work with ,,, Bank 1, Sensor 1 code 1135 toyota sienna 2002?

A: That does appear to be the correct one.Its always good to replace them all up and downdtre…

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Q: Is this item for the upper sensor right. The one before the muffler?

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rcataldo
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
it was easy to unscrew it by hand
Reviewed in the United States on May 27, 2015
2003 Avalon XLS Bank 1 Sensor 1 Replacement... The key to replacing the sensor is making sure you are working on the right one. On the Avalon, Bank 1 Sensor 1 is between the engine and the car fire wall... see the series of photos. I started the engine for about 1 minute... See more
2003 Avalon XLS Bank 1 Sensor 1 Replacement... The key to replacing the sensor is making sure you are working on the right one. On the Avalon, Bank 1 Sensor 1 is between the engine and the car fire wall... see the series of photos. I started the engine for about 1 minute to warm up the manifold (but not hot), then I sprayed some PB Blaster (https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B000I2079E/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1), waited a few minutes, then worked my way into the space with using a sensor extraction tool (https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B00390BS7C/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1). I used a standard socket wrench with a 10 inch metal pipe to gain some leverage on the O2 sensor. Once the sensor was loose, it was easy to unscrew it by hand.

Removing the connector was a bit of a challenge. Bank 2, Sensor 1 is exposed on the front of the engine. Make sure you understand how to unclip the cable before you attempt Bank 1, Sensor 1 because you will not be able to see it. The basic operation is to release a tab on the side of the connector, then the cable is free to be removed.

Replacing the O2 sensor was a snap. Use the anti-seize compound, tighten by hand, then connect the cable. Note.. You will not be able to see the cable connector, but it only goes in one way and it snaps into place. Then finish the tightening process with the extraction tool.

When I started the car, the check engine lights were still on. By disconnecting the battery, all the sensors reset, and I am all set. Total time was no longer than 30 minutes. Total cost $120 with the sensor, tool, and PB spray.
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Amazon_Customer
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Installed perfectly. Mine came with proper length of wire which is not overly long.
Reviewed in the United States on February 15, 2021
Purchased mine directly from Amazon, and is for the front o2 sensor on my 2002 Sienna. First of all, the electrical cord is exactly the length it should be. This model Denso o2 sensor in the past had a longer cord than necessary, which appears to have been... See more
Purchased mine directly from Amazon, and is for the front o2 sensor on my 2002 Sienna.

First of all, the electrical cord is exactly the length it should be. This model Denso o2 sensor in the past had a longer cord than necessary, which appears to have been corrected at some point. The one I removed was the older Denso model, and the new one is a couple inches shorter.

I got lucky and the old sensor came out with barely any effort.

Denso also did us a solid and included a packet of anti seize lube for the sensor threads. Now, the lube packet is way more than needed, so make sure to use just enough to lightly grease the threads and not so much that it might cover the sensor or spill down into the exhaust pipe.
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Matt C
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
2001 V6 Camry
Reviewed in the United States on December 1, 2016
It''s been 100 miles since install and my check engine light has not come back on. Originally I had CEL code P1135, and prior to install P1130 showed up as well. After a great deal of research and confusion I bought this part with the thought (hope) that it was the correct... See more
It''s been 100 miles since install and my check engine light has not come back on. Originally I had CEL code P1135, and prior to install P1130 showed up as well. After a great deal of research and confusion I bought this part with the thought (hope) that it was the correct one. Also part of the confusion was which sensor was actually broken, since it''s my understanding that V6 Camry''s have 4 of them. I opted for the original P1135 code which I read was associated with the sensor on the back of the engine near the firewall.

First, this product is the air/fuel sensor (see picture) not the O2 sensor, though I read they are the same.

Second, it is Denso Model number 234-9021 which appears to be equivalent to a "non-genuine" Toyota Denso part 89467-33030. Same part, same manufacturer, half the price. (also see picture)

Third, this install would not be possible, or at least MUCH more difficult if I had not bought "Powerbuilt 648691 Oxygen Sensor Offset Puller"

Finally, install of the sensor next to the firewall took me about 45 minutes and it was a bear. I could only get one arm to the sensor and even then I was rubbing against other engine components. I recommend gloves and long sleeves - I finished with a nasty scratch. A good portion of time was spent trying to unplug the thing until I wised up and looked how the sensor on the front of the engine was connected. Duh! Then getting the torque needed to remove it was tough too, especially with the one awkward arm situation. I recommend as long of a ratchet as you can get in there. Once removed it''s a quick job to put goop on the threads of the new one, line up the threads, hand tighten, ratchet snug, and plug in.

TLDR: OEM replacement for 2001 Camry V6 to solve CEL P1135 on back of engine near firewall. Good luck!
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Cylynnie
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Easy to install
Reviewed in the United States on August 28, 2018
Installed both air/fuel Denso #234-9021 sensors on our 2000 ES 300; banks 1 and 2. Very easy to remove with an 7/8''s open end wrench (22 millimeter is also good) after applying penetrant and warming the engine about two minutes. Bank 1 between engine and firewall was not... See more
Installed both air/fuel Denso #234-9021 sensors on our 2000 ES 300; banks 1 and 2. Very easy to remove with an 7/8''s open end wrench (22 millimeter is also good) after applying penetrant and warming the engine about two minutes. Bank 1 between engine and firewall was not as easy, but broke free with slight tap. These sensors were replaced after 166,000 miles as normal maintenance to avoid "engine light" problems some have experienced. The under vehicle 02 sensor will be soon replaced as required. One prior complaint was against using fuel additive which may have caused sensor failure. Have used "Lucas" fuel and oil additives regularly-no problems. This engine will build sludge and carbon easily and fuel additive and regular oil changes with additive (3 to 4,000 miles) do help. The Valvoline high mileage synthetic is an excellent product. Would have given sensors five stars if packaging had been a box instead of envelope. First mailing in envelope through UPS resulted in one sensor being crushed and had to be returned. If envelopes are used they should be marked "FRAGILE" since sensors should not be dropped or crushed. New sensors are responding well as designed for this engine.

Received an undamaged replacement (in an envelope). Have now driven car several times and sensors are responding well; no problems. I seem to sense a little more power on hills than before. Remains to see if fuel mileage improves.
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Edward Herlihy
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
For the 1MZ-FE this WORKS!
Reviewed in the United States on October 3, 2021
If you have a 1MZ-FE engine and it is throwing P1135, P1155, P1074, or one other code that I can''t think of, your choice is to buy THIS, or Toyota P/N 8946741030, or 8946741040 sensor. Typically these sensors crap out at about 100K miles on the engine. The OEM Toyota... See more
If you have a 1MZ-FE engine and it is throwing P1135, P1155, P1074, or one other code that I can''t think of, your choice is to buy THIS, or Toyota P/N 8946741030, or 8946741040 sensor. Typically these sensors crap out at about 100K miles on the engine. The OEM Toyota sensors are Denso Sensors with a custom (7" or 14") wire harness, and they cost 80% MORE. This sensor has a 14" harness and works for both bank 1 and bank 2. Bosch or off-brand sensors WILL NOT WORK with the Toyota ECM.

I installed this sensor about 3 weeks ago and it is working great! The CEL is out and the engine performs perfectly.

Inside the box are the sensor (in a plastic bag) and a small tube of copper anti-seize paste.

Remove the old sensor, clean the threads in the exhaust manifold with a pipe cleaning wire brush, apply some of the anti-seize to the threads of the new sensor, start the installation of the new sensor by hand, then use a wrench to give it another ½ turn. DONE!
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Rusty
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Exact Replacement, Solved the P1135 Error Code in 2002 Avalon XLS
Reviewed in the United States on January 24, 2015
I have a 2002 Toyota Avalon XLS. This was the exact replacement and it solved the P1135 code issue. My engine check and VSC lights came on. It was not caused from a bad or loose gas cap (which can also be the cause), so I went to Auto Zone and they checked the code for free... See more
I have a 2002 Toyota Avalon XLS. This was the exact replacement and it solved the P1135 code issue. My engine check and VSC lights came on. It was not caused from a bad or loose gas cap (which can also be the cause), so I went to Auto Zone and they checked the code for free with a code reader.

The error code was P1135 for Bank 1 Sensor 1 Air Fuel Ratio Sensor. Of course, this is the most difficult sensor to reach (arrg!). It is in the exhaust manifold on the back side of the engine just in front of the firewall. You can only really reach it with one arm by coming in from the top of the engine on the driver''s side down by the firewall. I could not reach it from under the car, there was no space for my arm to go in and do anything. You can see it from underneath, but that''s about all.

I ordered this part after verifying it was the correct one, along with the 02 sensor socket recommended (you really need to buy this!). I already had the PB spray. The hardest part was gaining access to get good leverage on the sensor with the wrench. I sprayed the old sensor with the PB spray a few times during the week letting it soak in. Once I got some leverage on the socket with the ratchet, the old sensor broke free. You have to get your body on top of the engine and use your body weight to push down on the ratchet with your arm. Once it broke loose I could then remove the old sensor with my fingers. Then next challenge was to unplug the electrical connector using only one hand. I sprayed WD40 on the connector which helped it come apart easier. FYI - you SQUEEZE the tab on the connector to unlock it.

Once the old sensor was out, I sprayed the manifold hole with WD40, cleaned the threads with a toothbrush, then wiped the hole and area clean with a rag (you do most of this by feel only). The new Denso sensor comes with a small tube of anti-seize. It''s more than enough, you could do 4 more with this. Put the anti-seize on the threads being careful not to get any on the sensor body.

Replacement took only about 5 minutes, the new sensor screwed in perfectly to hand-tight then using the 02 socket it was easy to tighten fully. The connection of the new electrical cable is easy to do with one hand once you have the old one off because it simply clicks right together. Again, you have to do it by feel only.

This saved me over $300 from going to the dealer and about $250 from having an aftermarket shop doing it. Patience and using lots of penetrating oil is the key!!!
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Jeff
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Another expensive O2 sensor!
Reviewed in the United States on December 13, 2016
OEM part for my 03 Toyota Sienna. Check engine light came on, had it checked at local parts place for free. Bank 1 Sensor 1 was the code it gave which is located on the manifold by the firewall, Hard to get to. Took to my local Toyota guy, did it for $80. Unlike the Bank 2... See more
OEM part for my 03 Toyota Sienna. Check engine light came on, had it checked at local parts place for free. Bank 1 Sensor 1 was the code it gave which is located on the manifold by the firewall, Hard to get to. Took to my local Toyota guy, did it for $80. Unlike the Bank 2 Sensor 1 (same O2 sensor) on the manifold in front of engine, easy to do yourself. This Denso O2 sensor worked great, check engine light off. Good price and Prime shipping...can''t go wrong. Happy it worked not happy it''s another Toyota sensor.
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cm
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fixed my car
Reviewed in the United States on April 4, 2019
I was getting a "Bank 2, Sensor 1" error code on my 2001 Toyota V6 engine. I ordered this sensor, some anti seize compound and a sensor wrench (to make the job easier). It fixed my problem. I will note that one can save about $80 by ordering this Denso branded... See more
I was getting a "Bank 2, Sensor 1" error code on my 2001 Toyota V6 engine. I ordered this sensor, some anti seize compound and a sensor wrench (to make the job easier). It fixed my problem.

I will note that one can save about $80 by ordering this Denso branded O2 sensor. The "Toyota" O2 sensor cost about $80 more and guess who makes Toyota''s sensors? Yep, Nippon Denso.

So, save your money ordering the Toyota part number and order this one.

Replacement is easy. It takes about 5-10 minutes. I needed to use tie wraps to retain the O2 connector as the original clamp crumbled with age.

Great price and if fixed my problem.
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MD
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
2001 Avalon - I should have bought this one first
Reviewed in Canada on July 12, 2019
2001 Avalon XL. My car was giving me a check engine light with a readout of code P1155. This is the part that fixed my car. (I had previously purchased another 3rd party part with the save serial number, however, that first part I had purchased failed to relieve my check...See more
2001 Avalon XL. My car was giving me a check engine light with a readout of code P1155. This is the part that fixed my car. (I had previously purchased another 3rd party part with the save serial number, however, that first part I had purchased failed to relieve my check engine light and code) I should have bought this Denso part first
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Tin
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Product did not fit.
Reviewed in Canada on May 12, 2019
I was thrilled that the product arrived fast, thank you Amazon. However prior to opening the box, i noticed a small ripped part at the bottom. Which means that this box has been tampered with. So i ended up getting the right box 234-9021, but a different piece inside. The...See more
I was thrilled that the product arrived fast, thank you Amazon. However prior to opening the box, i noticed a small ripped part at the bottom. Which means that this box has been tampered with. So i ended up getting the right box 234-9021, but a different piece inside. The wires were short and the pigtail end clip did not match. It wasn''t even the clip that was pictured on the website. Anyways had my refund and wanted to share my experience .
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Hong
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Denso 234-9021 air to fuel sensor fits my Toyota Sienna 2002 engine code p1135
Reviewed in Canada on September 6, 2016
This denso 234-9021 fit my Toyota Sienna 2002. The engine code p1135 (air to fuel ratio sensor, heater circuit response malfunction) has gone right away after replacement. The fuel consumption is better now. P1135 refers to Bank 1 sensor 1 which is located closer to the...See more
This denso 234-9021 fit my Toyota Sienna 2002. The engine code p1135 (air to fuel ratio sensor, heater circuit response malfunction) has gone right away after replacement. The fuel consumption is better now. P1135 refers to Bank 1 sensor 1 which is located closer to the driver side of the engine. Not easy to access and replace, took 45mins. I only replaced 1sensor for now. My minivan has a mileage of 200k. This is the first replacement for this air fuel ratio sensor. Long enough life time.
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John S.
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Excellent OEM
Reviewed in Canada on August 8, 2019
Excellant OEM product. Disappointed that it came with the plastic wrapping opened. Asked for replacement and was promp to send another one. Code gone once fixed.
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Andrei
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great product
Reviewed in Canada on September 25, 2020
Great quality, no issues after installing.
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Denso new arrival 234-9021 Upstream Heated Oxygen Sensor with 4-Wire Plug and 14.17” outlet sale Harness sale

Denso new arrival 234-9021 Upstream Heated Oxygen Sensor with 4-Wire Plug and 14.17” outlet sale Harness sale

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Denso new arrival 234-9021 Upstream Heated Oxygen Sensor with 4-Wire Plug and 14.17” outlet sale Harness sale

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Denso new arrival 234-9021 Upstream Heated Oxygen Sensor with 4-Wire Plug and 14.17” outlet sale Harness sale

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Denso new arrival 234-9021 Upstream Heated Oxygen Sensor with 4-Wire Plug and 14.17” outlet sale Harness sale

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Denso new arrival 234-9021 Upstream Heated Oxygen Sensor with 4-Wire Plug and 14.17” outlet sale Harness sale

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Denso new arrival 234-9021 Upstream Heated Oxygen Sensor with 4-Wire Plug and 14.17” outlet sale Harness sale

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Denso new arrival 234-9021 Upstream Heated Oxygen Sensor with 4-Wire Plug and 14.17” outlet sale Harness sale

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