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O2 sensors, especially the upstream ones, are a consumable. If they are original, not a bad idea to replace them just as pm IMHO. Granted it will run you around $200 for a set of Bosch sensors though.

But then again I have seen them last a looooong time too. Parts darts? Maybe. But just a thought.
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I hate to play the parts lottery...but it may be worth trying out one side. Replacing the PCV valve didn't help.

Before I do that, though, I think I will try looking at the air passages. Maybe they are clogged.
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I hate to play the parts lottery...but it may be worth trying out one side. Replacing the PCV valve didn't help.

Before I do that, though, I think I will try looking at the air passages. Maybe they are clogged.
Hi @cowboyt ,

If you remember, my original gut feeling was swap the Lambda (O2 Sensor), but then, changed my mind due to the cost and the possibility of it being an Air leak, or other simple problem ...............

Now however it is down to what is the easiest job to do I guess, (clean out the Air Passages or fit a Lambda (O2 Sensor), and cost, ...................

I pay average of 180 from Mercedes depending which Vehicle, and personally on something as critical as a Lambda, I won't fit any other Brand

HTH,

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Here is a Bosch sensor for under $100 from Rockauto.com. Love that site!

https://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/...2)+sensor,5132
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Thanks, guys. This weekend is supposedly going to be good for outdoor automotive work, so hopefully I can get to this. Got the fiance's Civic front suspension to finish first, but after that, yep.

And yes, @Triple cranks : you're right, and I, too, use Rock Auto quite frequently. Great site if you know what you're looking for. Matter of fact, that's where I got the aforementioned Civic suspension components. :-) Also got the OE Bosch (made in Germany) front HVAC fan from there for the S600, done (I think) late last year.

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Thanks, guys. This weekend is supposedly going to be good for outdoor automotive work, so hopefully I can get to this. Got the fiance's Civic front suspension to finish first, but after that, yep.
Hello Cowboyt,
Do you have an update on this ?

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Hi Johnny,

Indeed, there is an update. Here's how I dealt with it, step by step.

https://www.benzworld.org/forums/w22...l#post17787930
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Hi Johnny,

Indeed, there is an update. Here's how I dealt with it, step by step.

https://www.benzworld.org/forums/w22...l#post17787930
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