2002 Mustang GT O2 Sensor Replacement
I've been informed that my 2002 Mustang GT has faulty O2 sensors (most likely) which explains low-speed stuttering during acceleration. I'm going to replace the O2 sensors myself, from what I've read they're a very easy job to do yourself with this year/model.
I understand the stock sensors are actually the most compatible sensors on the market, as other aftermarkets can raise false engine lights, especially with the flowmaster aftermarket cats installed.
Should I pony up the 75-80 bucks for OEM sensors? Or are there better aftermarkets that are cheaper or get more bang for the buck?
2002 GT Deluxe: 4.6L V8 SOHC, CamPro Camshaft. 4.10 gears, improved diff., aftermarket rockers. Steeda Clutch Assy, short-throw. Trick Flow intake and plenum assembly Flowmaster exhaust, x-pipes, BBK Longtube Chrometips PA Racing Swaybar, Tokico Shocks. 310HP/305lbs