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I have a 2009 Spider JTS and I have repeated H2 Sensor (Attached to exhaust) failures. Does anyone know why these sensors should keep failing?

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You fitting Bosch ones or fleabay sensors?
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Hi
Do not know as they are done by dealer, is one type faulty?

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Fleabay and NTK sensors are often the wrong ohm rating meaning they throw up errors and also affect your MPG. I had an NTK for a few years and it was always on the limits for MOTs they started to throw up faults. Swapped out for a Bosch and no problems. Official Dealers should fit the original spec ... so it could be a duff one or they are buying on the cheap.
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Many Thanks, am making sure we fir Bosch this time

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If you want to save a few £s you can get the LS615 Universal and patch it into the existing wiring. I did that on my TS (only 1 lambda) and it's been fine. Beats the NTK hands-down.
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