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Wideband o2 sensor differences?

Hello, I just bought a Innovate 3844 afr meter that came with the lsu4.2 sensor. My old diy unit used a bosch 17053 sensor. Are these 2 the same?

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They are not the same Bosch parts number, but they are both 5 wire sensors.

I replaced the LSU 4.2 sensor in my AFR meter and was able to use a standard Bosch sensor from Autozone under parts number 17014. This is the sensor for a 2002 Jetta 1.8T (and some other similar VW's).

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So the 17014 which Ive heard of and seen on amazon is the same as an lsu4.2?
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Several online references show that the 17014 is the same as the lsu 4.2.

Advanced Auto Parts (I mistakenly said Autozone the first time) carries it in the store for $56.99, so its very close to the price you can get through Amazon online.

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