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help! Broken oxygen sensor connector (female end, Bank 1 sensor 2)

Old 05-19-14, 08:14 AM
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My oxygen sensor (bank 1 sensor 2 ) connector (female connector, engine/ecu side) is cracked and the wires pulled out. I tried to source this from a junkyard but no one around me (LI, NY) seems to have the car.

Any ideas on where I can get a replacement connector to splice in?
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The part number is 90980–11028, you can get one from any Lexus or Toyota dealer for less than $10.
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The part number is 9098011028, you can get one from any Lexus or Toyota dealer for less than $10.
Thanks, very helpful! Do you know if this part comes with the metal inserts and rubber grommets that I'll need to rebuild the plug or is it just the plastic housing?
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It's just the plastic housing. You should be able to remove the pins from your old connector and reuse them if they are undamaged. If you need them, 82998-12440 is the part number for the wires with the female pins on the end of them for that connector, but you would need four of them and they're each almost as expensive as the plastic connector.
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Originally Posted by iToaster View Post
It's just the plastic housing. You should be able to remove the pins from your old connector and reuse them if they are undamaged. If you need them, 82998-12440 is the part number for the wires with the female pins on the end of them for that connector, but you would need four of them and they're each almost as expensive as the plastic connector.
82998-12460 is the part number for the gold plated pins. 82998-12440 is for the silver pins. Hope this helps.
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Originally Posted by AndrewG View Post
82998-12460 is the part number for the gold plated pins. 82998-12440 is for the silver pins. Hope this helps.
Originally Posted by StarGS3 View Post
My oxygen sensor (bank 1 sensor 2 ) connector (female connector, engine/ecu side) is cracked and the wires pulled out. I tried to source this from a junkyard but no one around me (LI, NY) seems to have the car.

Any ideas on where I can get a replacement connector to splice in?
I've got them from an old gs400 motor that I pulled and is about to go to the scrapper. Let me know and I'll snip them off and send them to you.
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