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Old 12-06-2018, 10:43 AM
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Hello, I have a Scion tC 2006.
I need a oxygen sensor but I can't buy this part in my country. Original Denso is too much expensive to me. My question is from what other models Toyota it will fit oxygen sensor.
I know that there are similar engines any model but I do not know which one?? Who knows????? Please
Previa, Avensis, RAV4???.


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Thing is, they all likely use the same sensor, so I doubt you will save money. I supposed you can try to get one from a junkyard though, but used sensors aren't always a good idea. In any case, you at least want to look at cars that use the same engine, which is the 2AZ-FE. In the USA, that is certain model years of the Toyota RAV4, Camry, Scion xB, Toyota Highlander and maybe a few others. That might not be the case in other countries, as it is common for these models to use smaller 4 cylinder engines outside of the US.

Your best bet is to try to find out what models in your country came with the 2AZ-FE engine, and go from there. Good luck.
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