I'm generally all for following manufacturer's maintenance recommendations,
and sometimes think it's better to err on the side of safety. But
replacing oxygen sensors as maintenance is just silly. Modern vehicles
have sophisticated computers that can typically detect when an oxygen
sensor is malfunctioning and will turn on the check engine lamp. I say
replace them when they break.
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