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Replacing your Nissan Oxygen Sensor when necessary ensures that your vehicle delivers the best possible fuel economy. Oxygen Sensors generally require replacement around 60,000 to 100,000 miles. Most vehicles have a service light that will light up in your dash when the manufacturer recommended mileage has been reached, giving you a visual reminder. There could also be an actual failure light indicator as well, so check your owner's manual to determine this. A failing Oxygen Sensor might display signs such as a decrease in fuel economy, too-rich fuel mixture, a loss of power when accelerating from a stand-still, or overheating and fouling of spark plugs resulting from a too-rich fuel mixture. An Oxygen Sensor can also be damaged by contamination with various fumes or fluids that might be encountered. An Oxygen Sensor does not always need to be replaced just because the manufacturer-recommended mileage has been reached, so if you are not experiencing signs of Oxygen Sensor failure you do not necessarily have to rush right out and replace that. If you have determined that your Nissan Oxygen Sensor does need to be replaced, make sure you choose a manufacturer whose focus is also on high quality and durability, to enhance and maximize these qualities your Nissan is known for. In addition, make sure you select a manufacturer who has experience making parts for Nissans specifically, to ensure proper fit and function. Auto Parts Network (APN), has a wide selection of quality Nissan Oxygen Sensors. We provide the very best customer service and have knowledgeable experts available to help you choose the right parts for your vehicle. APN wants to be your one source for all your automotive needs and is working to ensure you always receive superior service, competitive prices and the best selection of parts available!