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Hey folks,
I ended up having to swap engines out a few months ago on my '99 9-3se 'vert. Bit of a heartbreaker and probably the wrong long-term decision, but $3k+ later, I have my car back.
Within one week of getting it back from the shop, the check engine light came on - code says Oxygen Sensor is broken. Grrr.
Before bringing it back to the shop I want to check in with the forum - Is this something that would likely have happened during the course of swapping the engine or was it simply just time to replace it? I need to figure out if this is something I should ask them to cover or not.
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The downpipe needs to come off before the engine comes out. The O2 sensors are on the downpipe and connected to a panel on the drivers side of the engine. The first thing that I would so is to check to make sure the cables are connected and locked in place... Ron
 
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