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    09 wrx a/f sensor ideas

    Already tried looking for some help with the search but...ya

    Halfway through my trip to arizona I threw the front o2 sensor heater circuit code. I want to get it fixed before I buy an accessport

    Anyone have any ideas about this particular one? Looking for budget so I can get it sooner but I'd still rather pay more if needed



    If this is the right one. I feel like I'm one of the first to have this for my year lol
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    You can get one from the dealer, or any number of vendors like RallySportsDirect.
    If your on a budget and not modding right now.
    They run about $70-100 for sensor.
    You should get one at the Subaru dealer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TownLine500 View Post
    You can get one from the dealer, or any number of vendors like RallySportsDirect.
    If your on a budget and not modding right now.
    They run about $70-100 for sensor.
    You should get one at the Subaru dealer.
    Cool thanks for that. I get impatient and like things asap. Didn't know if that was the same sensor or not
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    Cobb Access Ports are a good starting mod.
    I have had them on 2 WRXs, carefully research your mods. Most will require a tune, you can do OTS maps with the AP. They are ok, but if you continue to mod a protune is best as it is specific to your car and setup.
    This is a great place to learn and ask questions. Keep us posted on your progress.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TownLine500 View Post
    Cobb Access Ports are a good starting mod.
    I have had them on 2 WRXs, carefully research your mods. Most will require a tune, you can do OTS maps with the AP. They are ok, but if you continue to mod a protune is best as it is specific to your car and setup.
    This is a great place to learn and ask questions. Keep us posted on your progress.
    Will do. Been here a while but finally just starting some real mods. I like the accesport since you can run logs as well and if I remember correctly even past stage 2 you can have pro tunes in the accessport
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    You need the upstream one. Try Rockauto.com
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    Yeah, the one you posted is the rear sensor, not front. And don't get the cheaper generic one, they burn up quickly. What's you're wanting is the OEM front (upstream) sensor.. last I looked they were about $120-$140, but that was a while ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donkey View Post
    You need the upstream one. Try Rockauto.com
    Gotchya I'll check that out
    some reason I thought the downstream was the front. And definitely looking to get denso since it should be the same as oem
    Quote Originally Posted by MainFrame View Post
    Yeah, the one you posted is the rear sensor, not front. And don't get the cheaper generic one, they burn up quickly. What's you're wanting is the OEM front (upstream) sensor.. last I looked they were about $120-$140, but that was a while ago.
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