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Value Priced MINI Cooper O2 Oxygen Sensor each (Lambda) Value Line Gen1

MINI Cooper O2 Oxygen Sensor each (Lambda) Value Line Gen1

MINI Cooper O2 Oxygen Sensor each (Lambda) Value Line Gen1

MINI Cooper O2 Oxygen Sensor each (Lambda) Value Line Gen1

MINI Cooper O2 Oxygen Sensor each (Lambda) Value Line Gen1

MINI Cooper O2 Oxygen Sensor each (Lambda) Value Line Gen1

MINI Cooper O2 Oxygen Sensor each (Lambda) Value Line Gen1
Part No: NME6024E
Fits the following:
MINI (2002-Current)
Alternate Products
Mini Cooper O2 Oxygen Sensor (Lambda) OEM Gen1 R50 R52 R53
$305.99 Mini Cooper O2 Oxygen Sensor (Lambda) OEM Gen1 R50 R52 R53

Aftermarket replacement O2 Sensors from NGK / NTK, pre and post cat sensor (sold individually). NTK is the OEM  supplier of O2 sensors to MINI. This sensor has the same OEM style connector for a simple 'direct plug-in' solution. Sold each.

Sold individually, this sensor is used for both the pre-cat or post-cat sensor positions. The most common OBD2 error codes are P0130 (pre-cat) or P0136 (post-cat), although other codes can also apply. 

A defective O2 sensor can trigger the Service Engine light and also affect your MINIs gas mileage.  


2002-2006 R50 MINI Cooper and R53 Cooper S Hatchback
2005-2008 R52 MINI Cooper and Cooper S Convertibles

About O2 sensors:

An O2 sensor (lambda sensor) has an expected life span of about 30,000 to 50,000 miles. Sensors may fail prematurely if clogged with carbon, or contaminated by lead from leaded gas or silicone from an antifreeze leak or from silicone sealer.

O2 sensors become sluggish as they age. Eventually the signal does not change at all. When this happens, the EML and/or check engine light may come on, and the engine may experience drivability problems or damage caused by an overly rich fuel condition. High fuel consumption, high CO and HC emissions, poor idle, and/or hesitation during acceleration are typical complaints.

If the average voltage from the O2 sensor is running high (more than 0.50V), it indicates a rich condition, possibly due to a bad MAP, sensor or leaky injector. If the average voltage reading is running low (less than 0.45V), the mixture is running lean possibly due to a vacuum leak or because the sensor itself is bad. If the O2sensor continually reads high (rich), it will cause the engine computer to lean out the fuel mixture in an attempt to compensate for the rich reading. This can cause lean misfire, hesitation, stumbling, poor idle, high hydrocarbon emissions (from misfiring) and engine damage.

If the O2 sensor continually reads low (lean), it will cause the engine computer to enrichen the fuel mixture. Injector pulse width will be increased causing fuel consumption and carbon monoxide emissions to go up. Especially in a performance tuned vehicle, a constantly rich fuel mixture can cause the catalytic converter to overheat and it may be melted.

NTK Oxygen Sensors

NTK is the world’s largest supplier and manufacturer of original equipment oxygen sensors. NTK Oxygen Sensors combines expertise with innovation and delivers Oxygen Sensors with superior fit, form and function. When you require the best, count on NTK Oxygen Sensors to deliver.

Oxygen Sensors are used in modern automobiles to control the fuel and ignition systems to optimize a car's performance in the areas of emissions and fuel economy. Sensors are located before and after the catalytic converter to check on the amount of oxygen in the exhaust. The sensor sends signals to the car's on-board computer, which then can adjust several variables, including air/fuel ratio and timing, in order to bring the engine into the optimum operating range.


Each NTK Oxygen Sensor is:

[ ] Extensively Tested During Manufacture to Guarantee Quality and Reliability
[ ] Supplied With a Factory-Fitted OEM Connector for Easy Installation
[ ] Precision manufactured with a sensing element incorporating NTK's premier technical ceramics

Oxygen sensors should be tested at each tune-up. Failed or worn out oxygen sensors can cause:

[ ] Failed Emission Tests
[ ] Increased Fuel Consumption
[ ] Failed Catalytic Converters
[ ] Poor Driveability
[ ] Increased Emissions

Hi, this sensor works for a minicooper r56 / year 2011/ versión S / 3 doors
No, those are not compatible with your 2011 R56.
Here is the link to the correct aftermarket replacement O2 sensors to fit your 2011 R56:  Mini Cooper O2 Oxygen Sensor Value Line Gen2 R55-R61 (minimania.com)

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