NTK OE Type 5-Wire Wideband A/F Sensor VOLKSWAGEN PHAETON


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Part #: 24323
Notes: OE Type 5-Wire Wideband A/F Sensor
MSRP: $447.83
Your Price: $180.25
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Specs

Meets or Exceeds Original Equipment Manufacture Specifications Yes
Mounting Bracket Included No
Sensor Type Heated
Thread Diameter 0.709
Thread Length 0.38
Universal Or Specific Fit Specific
Wire Harness Length 35.5
Wire Quantity 5

All Fitments

AUDI
Year Model SubModel Cylinders Liter Aspiration Eng Desg. Fuel Notes
2006 - 2009 A3 QUATTRO ALL V6 3.2 ALL ALL ALL Position: Upstream Left
2008 - 2011 S6 ALL V10 5.2 ALL ALL ALL Position: Upstream; Cyls. 4, 5
2008 - 2009 TT QUATTRO ALL V6 3.2 ALL ALL ALL Position: Upstream Left
2012 - 2013 TT QUATTRO ALL L5 2.5 ALL ALL ALL Position: Upstream
VOLKSWAGEN
Year Model SubModel Cylinders Liter Aspiration Eng Desg. Fuel Notes
2007 - 2008 EOS ALL V6 3.2 ALL ALL ALL Position: Upstream Left
2006 - 2006 PHAETON ALL W12 6.0 ALL ALL ALL Position: Upstream; Cyls. 10-12
2006 - 2006 PHAETON ALL W12 6.0 ALL ALL ALL Position: Upstream; Cyls. 7-9
2008 - 2008 R32 ALL V6 3.2 ALL ALL ALL Position: Upstream Left

Product Description

Oxygen (O2) Sensors are used in modern automobiles to control the fuel and ignition systems to optimize a car’s performance in the areas of emissions and fuel economy. Sensors are located before and after the catalytic converter to check on the amount of oxygen in the exhaust. The sensor sends signals to the car’s on-board computer, which then can adjust several variables, including air/fuel ratio and timing, in order to bring the engine into the optimum operating range.

Each NTK Oxygen (O2) Sensor is:

  • Extensively Tested During Manufacture to Guarantee Quality and Reliability
  • Supplied With a Factory-Fitted OEM Connector for Easy Installation
  • Precision manufactured with a sensing element incorporating NTK’s premier technical ceramics

Oxygen (O2) Sensors should be tested at each tune-up. Failed or worn out oxygen sensors can cause:

  • Failed Emission Tests
  • Increased Fuel Consumption
  • Failed Catalytic Converters
  • Poor Driveability
  • Increased Emissions

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