Having problems with your 1999 Nissan Altima ?

The service engine light has come on. A local repair shop said it needs the oxygen sensor replaced. They quoted $250 to repair. I can buy a sensor of less than $50.00. Where does it go and is it difficult to replace?

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 27-06-2022

Answers :

I work for Bosch and run the line that makes your sensor. These are very easy to replace and the aftermarket sensor is the same as oem. These shops charge $75-125 each sensor, So he is charging $75-$90 hr and part cost is $125. It takes about 10 min to change these out. Don't settle for the oem, aftermarket is built and tested the same.
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