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I have a 2013 Hyundai Veloster and the O2 sensor went out. Auto parts stores want $265 for it so I ordered a universal o2 sensor said to work with the car. The plug from the original has a red, black,grey,white,and yellow wires. A total of 5. The new o2 sensor, a Bosch universal, only has 4 wires. 2 white, 1 black, and 1 grey... Anyone able to help me? TIA
 

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Your talking about to completely different types of sensor here. The original 5 wire sensor will be a wideband linear sensor, while the Bosch one you've bought is a narrowband binary sensor. The two aren't interchangeable.
 

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Your talking about to completely different types of sensor here. The original 5 wire sensor will be a wideband linear sensor, while the Bosch one you've bought is a narrowband binary sensor. The two aren't interchangeable.
Really..? That sucks. Can you by chance recommend one somewhere that isnt almost 300 bucks.
 

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I believe the Hyundai sensor is 39210-2B210, which according to my application list is equivalent to DENSO 234-5055 and FACET 10.8413
The Denso number comes up on ebay at $126. It's the correct one for your car according to the compatibility check on the ebay page but I would contact the seller to confirm before purchase.
 
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