1986 300e can use Mustang oxygen sensor?

Quote from a thread in MB club of America ---------------------- And I thought it was hard to change the O2 sensor. Took me about 30 min. That includes jacking up the car, placing jack stands, re-wiring, (used O2
sensor for the '90 Mustang :p )etc. Next will be the easy part. Wires , cap and rotor which I have not checked the condition yet. Then we will see if the mileage will improve. :) ----------------------
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Should have done the normal tune-up stuff first.
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I think the oxygen sensor replacement solved his major problem.
Can anyone confirm that the 90 Mustang GT O2 sensor can be used (costs about a third as much as the Benz one)
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I can't confirm it (and I could be completely wrong), but I *believe* what they were referring to was the Bosch three-wire universal oxygen sensor. You might be able to pick one up at a place like Autozone and ask them if it will work. Then do a stare-and-compare on your current sensor. Looking around the part number seems to be 250-23000.
Josh

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