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Hey everyone, bought this O2 sensor online with a lot of research and consulting from online mustang owners and the auto parts stores. But when I go under to switch it out it looks completely diferrent, more slim compared to my more bulky one, so do I have the right one?? (I'm no mechanic at all btw so please bare with me lol) Model #15716
 

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Which Mustang you have?
Idk if there are different sensors for different Mustangs.
But if the book calls for that model # and it is the correct electrical connection, I can't think why not.
 

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GOOD TO GO but you do not have a V4. You have an INLINE. Peace Tom!!!:bigthumbsup:bigthumbsup:bigthumbsup
 

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Do you think he has that CAR Maurice. WOW that would be ASSUME. I would not believe that as it was one of a KIND if memory serves me. Peace Tom
 

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Hey No problem be glad to. Inline 4 , 4 piston in a row, v-4 2 cylinders in v. v-6 3 on each side in a V, v8 4 in row in a v, v-10 5 each in a row in a v. They even go larger than that. Old Lincolns had a v-16.
Inline-four engine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Now some history of the 2.3 Which is know generically as the Lima engine because made in the Lima plant.
Lima toward bottom.
Ford Pinto engine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Good history of the Lima engines.
The Ford Ranger 4-Cylinder Lima Motors - The Ranger Station
Maurice
 
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