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    Anybody know the part number for an off the shelf auto parts store WBO2 sensor? Thanks.

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    Bosch 17025 WBO2 sensor (LINK).
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    Thanks Danny!

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    You're welcome.
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    The Bosch 17025 is the right sensor. However, that won't help you at an auto parts store. These were never used on an actual car as far as I can tell. So no parts store is going to carry it. Avoid grief, buy your spares ahead of time. Keith

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    That's good info! Thanks for the heads up!

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    The auto parts store may not have it in stock, but they can order it. (Examples: LINK, LINK.)
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    I used to use these sensors on an Innovate LM1 WBO2 meter, and if you use the Bosch number (0 258 017 025) you will see it is used on VW & Audi. Go to the Auto wreckers and find some used ones to keep as spares, or get a new one from a dealer or auto parts store. You can even get them from Summit: https://www.summitracing.com/int/parts/bch-17025

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    The local fast parts mart actually looked one up that fits the Rolls Royce. Go figure.

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    I've been looking into a new WBO2 sensor, and have seen the Bosch 17025 mentioned several times. However, I've seen them as low as $50 - $60, whereas the Holley is about $110. Is there a quality difference? Why is Holley's more expensive? Quality, or brand name markup?
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