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Old 04-10-2006, 03:10 PM
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whats the year make and model vw or audi does the o2 sensor that zt2 comes with comes from? I live next to a bosch plant but they need all the car's info to get me one
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Old 04-10-2006, 05:01 PM
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you cant just tell them a bosch lsu4 ? its the mk4's they came off of. the 1.8t engine.
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Old 04-10-2006, 10:41 PM
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I think its the 2000-2002 Turbo Beetle...thats one of the applications.
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Old 04-11-2006, 04:01 AM
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I will try, but whenever I try to order ---- in Germany they always need a vin number, and that sucks, since my vin dont tell me anything about my motor, since I dont have the original
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Old 04-11-2006, 12:00 PM
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well as I said before Germans are retards. I had to convinced them to let me go in the supply room to look at the sensors, they would not do anything without a registration with vin number. finally found it, coppy the number, went to get some money, so I stopped by the audi dealer to see if I can get it cheaper, they want all the same info, so I told them the engine code, sensor type, still no luck, I reference different cars, but they said no its not the same, so I said audi and vw uses the same engines they told my I need it specially for audi. so I said ---- it and went back to the bosch plant, they charged me 116 euros minus 16% tax because americans dont have to pay taxes here with the use of a VAT form that cost $4 so I ended up paying $134 for a sensor that only cost $45 in th us, and the thing that make it bad is that its made in Germany by bosch, and I bought it directly from bosch. I just did not want to wait for 2 months for a part I need today.
the only thing I am worried about the part is that it looks very identical to the zt2 one, but numbers dont match. I tested it and it works, just dont know it the readings are acurate. but I dont understand why everything is so expensive here.

note if you are German you can suck a fat baby's dick.
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