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Question for FR Wilk about O2 sensor

I recently read FR Wilk's site about O2 sensors and it seems like there is no generic O2 sensor for 944 Turbos, is this correct?

I also saw someone selling what appears to be the 3 wire O2 sensor on ebay. Here is the link:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=7917035439&category=33557&sspagename=WDVW

From the list in the ebay auction, it appears that the O2 sensor is the same for all California cars (N/A and Turbos). Is this correct?

So, I guess what I'm trying to get to is whether or not that O2 sensor on ebay will work in my '86 944T and is there an even cheaper solution?

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Matt
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You can go three different ways with O2 sensors.

You can buy a generic single wire Bosch sensor, a three wire heated Bosch sensor (Bosch 13913), or you can buy a 4-wire sensor.

The single wire sensor is for non-California cars. The three wire sensot is for California cars, and the 4-wire sensor just has an additional ground wire, supposedly to "clean up" the sensor's output.

The Bosch 13913 will run you about $40.00 at Pep Boys.

Which ever way you decide to go, DO NOT solder the wires, use crimp on connectors. The sensor "draws" a reference air sample through the gaps between the wire strands and the insulation. Soldering the signal (Black wire on a 3 or 4 wire sensor) wires will melt the insulation which seals off the reference sample path.
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