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NTK Performance Oxygen Sensor - Front (11-14 V6)

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    Features & Details

    • Regain Lost Power
    • Direct OEM Style Replacement
    • Plug and Play to Factory Harness
    • Front (Upstream) O2 Sensor
    • Sold Individually
    • Fits 2011-2014 V6 Mustangs
    Regain Lost Power. A bad oxygen (aka O2) sensor can cause poor performance, lousy fuel economy, the dreaded check engine light, and even cause you to fail emissions testing. So replace those worn out sensors with brand new NTK sensors for superior, consistent performance.

    Exceeds OEM Quality.
    Designed with a waterproof factory-fitted connector to ensure a perfect fit every time, NTK's oxygen sensors meet or exceed OE specifications and are built with the highest quality materials and craftsmanship to ensure a superior quality direct replacement for your worn or failed OEM sensors.

    Application.
    This NTK Performance Oxygen Sensor is designed to be a direct performance replacement for the Mustang. please see the NTK Performance Oxygen Sensor - Front (upstream) applications below:
    • 2011 to 2014 V6 Mustangs

    Fitment: 2011 2012 2013 2014 Details

    MPN# 24387

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    • (1) Front Oxygen Sensor
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        Questions & Answers (11)

        5 Top Rated Questions

        Where will bank 1 upstream o2 sensor be located?

        • On the 2011-2014 Mustang, Bank one will be on the Passenger Side and bank 2 will be on the Driver Side. Bank 1 Sensor 1 will be the passenger side front O2 sensor.

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        Is there any splicing of wires involved? The description says 'Plug and Play' as well as 'Designed with a waterproof factory-fitted connector to ensure a perfect fit every time'.

        • The installation for the NTK Performance Oxygen Sensor is as simple as unplugging the factory sensor and plugging in this new sensor. Absolutely no splicing or cutting needed.

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        Will this O2 sensor fit either side in the front?

        • This will fit both front driver and front passenger sides.

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        If my high flow cats are causing a CEL (code P0420 P0430) will these help? And if so should I replace all 4 of them?

        • If your O2 sensors are bad then these will fix the issue. However, those codes could be a few different issued causing them.

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        Do I have to buy for both passenger and driver sides or can I have this and the oem one?

        • You can use this with the OEM one yes.

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        6 More Questions
        Are these long enough to reach bbk long tube headers With out needing the extensions? 0 answer
        I put long headers on my mustang but I lost the catalytic converter O2 sensors, are these the ones I need to buy? 1 answer
        Does this o2 sensor come with any warranty? 1 answer
        Will this fix the check engine light problem you get with long tube headers and off road x-pipe? 1 answer
        Any use installing on a 2013? Would I get better fuel economy if I switch to these sensors from stock? Also, I saw that some ppl are upgrading the sensors when they get aftermarket exhaust systems. Is this necessary? 3 answers
        Fitment I was wondering would this O2 sensor fit an aftermarket exhaust with an extension? How would it hold up to the aftermarket air flow? 2 answers

          Customer Reviews (41) Write a Review

          Ratings Summary

          4.8 out of 5 overall rating from 41 customers




          • December 24, 2019

            5 2012 V6 - TLC

            O2 replacment

            These worked out well. No issues at all. Mine is 3.7 and when replacing you need the offset socket on passenger side upstream O2 sensor. Driver side can be done with either conventional O2 socket or offset. Suggest letting old sensors soak overnight with liquid wrench before trying to remove.

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          • December 19, 2019

            5 2013 V6 - Alnabooda

            Great replacement over OEM

            Work great, no problem so far. Gave abit hard time to the mechanic on the passenger side.

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          • November 20, 2019

            5 2014 V6 - tugsnipe79

            NTK / NGK. O2 sensors

            Great quality no issues since installing , after installing aftermarket exhaust. Started having O2 sensor code failures

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          • July 23, 2019

            5 2013 V6 - Craig

            Front 02 Sensors

            I had check engine light on for a couple months. Code said upstream passenger. I finally got the money to order 2. Had a shop change them today for $40. Engine light gone car runs great again. Don’t hesitate to buy.

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          • March 27, 2019

            5 2014 V6 - YoanH

            Good

            I replaced both when I changed from stock to long tube headers and catted X Pipe.

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          • January 04, 2019

            5 2012 V6 - Okcurrell

            Time to Replace

            Replaced as routine maintenance. Improved gas mileage.

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          • December 03, 2018

            5 2012 V6 - PaulR

            They worked

            Got rid of my annoying check engine light, off-road h-pipe. P0059 and P2195 were the codes I was getting, they're gone now.

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          • November 26, 2018

            5 2013 V6 - SaiK

            Oxygen sensors upstream

            My MPG before installing them was 14 miles per gallon. After installing this, it went to 19 mpg in the city and up to 23 mpg on the highway. I made a good decision buying sensors from this online store and installing them. It is saving me a huge dollars on the gas for the long term. It's a good investment. I recommend this to everyone.

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          • November 09, 2018

            4 2014 V6 - Aeroh

            Dope

            Feels like a new car .. codes went away too :) get these if u need new o2 sensors

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          • August 24, 2018

            5 2013 V6 - Gordon

            Works great

            This is a very high quality 02 sensors. Works great and fit is perfect. Make sure to put some anti seize on the threads and you are good!

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          • July 17, 2018

            5 2011 V6 - Dylan

            NTK performance

            Needed a new upstream O2 sensor and went with NTK performance oxygen sensor! Got rid of check engine light and running perfect

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          • April 16, 2018

            5 2012 V6 - goblack

            NTK

            the oxygen sensor for the front works great easy install very fast shipment thanks AM great people to buy what a person needs for a mustang

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          • February 15, 2018

            1 2012 V6 - KN

            O2 sensors

            The O2 sensors I received were the incorrect ones. But American Muscle Has done good by replacing them by the correct ones. Great job American Muscle.

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          • February 12, 2018

            5 2012 V6 - FiSosa

            Worth every penny

            Got my car running like a brand new machine, only thing now is to load a updated tune so everything will be calibrated

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          • November 29, 2017

            5 2011 V6 - DylanW

            Perfect fix

            Needed a new one they had a great price and It fit no problem.

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          • October 20, 2017

            5 2014 V6 - RaymondG

            Totally worth every penny

            Awesome product totally worth the money engine light shut off very happy

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          • October 06, 2017

            5 2014 V6 - FaigM

            Excellent

            I replaced the stock O2 sensor recently. My v6 runs so smoothly now. Im gonna change the passenger side bank too.

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          • September 23, 2017

            5 2012 V6 - Dl

            Ox aensor

            Works great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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          • September 17, 2017

            5 2013 V6 - Mannie

            O2 sensor

            Works great it feels like she. I bought the car new.

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          • April 19, 2017

            5 2014 V6 - VinceLee23

            CHECK ENGINE LIGHT?

            After having had my check engine light appear on my dashboard I figured I would check the DTC code with my SCT tuner and try to figure out what exactly was going on with my Mustang. I researched the code and some ways in which I could work on solving the issue and getting that annoying check engine light to disappear. I thought it would be as simple as that but then the unthinkable happened. I received one code one day and then another not too longer after that one and decided it was time to try and solve this dilemma using the strategies I discovered to solve for the check engine light. I first called Bama to check if anything could be off within my tune and or revised tunes which did not appear to be the issue causing the DTC codes. Next, I went to a muffler shop to check for exhaust leaks which there was at least one that was then corrected yet the check engine light continued to appear on my dashboard. Finally it was time to look into replacing my factory O2 Sensor's with NTK's Performance O2 Sensor's. The replacement of the O2 sensors did the job of ridding my dashboard and my Mustang of the DTC code's and of the check engine light. In my case, this worked for me and could work for you. As for the price, compared to Ford's price quote American Muscle was definitely the way to go and the quality of NTK's Performance O2 Sensor's were indeed of the best quality.

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