About How Much Would It Cost To Replace The Oxygen Sensor On A 2003 Hyundai Tiburon

Posted in Oxygen Sensors | Asked on Aug 18, 2010

And can not having this replaced have caused long term damage or cause ongoing problems? I bought my car used, and when they went to go get a new inspection sticker for it, it turned out it needed a new O2 sensor, and they’re taking forever to fix it and my parents believe they’re just trying to find a way to get out of having to actually FIX the problem so I was wanting to know, how much it would cost to fix it myself, and if it could have caused any damages by not being replaced sooner.

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  1. Mattzcoz says:

    I don’t know if the cost of fixing it is what’s holding that up unless it’s a really poor shop. Retail, to have it replaced at a dealership, should be somewhere around $100 (based on what it cost me to have done on a Subaru). Maybe it goes as high as $200, but it’s not a huge expense, especially for the dealer. Maybe they’re waiting to get another Hyundai in so they steal the sensor for that one…who knows?

    I’m not a mechanic, but if I recall correctly, a bad O2 sensor will eventually damage your catalytic converter, which would be a big expense.

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