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Hi my engine Light comes on intermittently. Diagnostics reveal it's O2 sensors issue. I assume replacing all O2 sensors should resolve this issue. Any comments. Also where to get the right sensors for my 2004 campervan

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21 hours ago, Andy M said:

I assume replacing all O2 sensors should resolve this issue.

Probably, but why not replace just the one that's broken?

22 hours ago, Andy M said:

Also where to get the right sensors for my 2004 campervan

Contact these people with your VIN and they'll tell you the right one to buy.

https://www.autojapspares.co.uk/estima-hybrid-2.4i-bank1-oxygen-sensor

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  • 3 weeks later...

I purchased a compatible O2 sensor from a user group recommended parts dealer. However the engine Light continues to display the same error code intermittently. I was advised only an original Toyota part would fix the issue and that does appear to have been the case. It was twice the cost but would have cheaper if I had done that straight away rather than numerous attempts. So lesson learny

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when it comes to sensors then oem parts would be best, but there will be sources that will be cheaper if you spend the time looking around.

 

i cross ref parts across different Toyotas and found that buying parts from a Rav4 which had compatibale parts was cheaper. For instance i saved a packet when i needed 2x front wheel hubs which were for a Rav4 and same part number.

 

Also if i am buying oem i use Toyota Parts direct or even Lexus Parts direct which had different prices, same company but different car, but same part.

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