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$660 to replace O2 sensor 2006 civic hybrid?

I was quoted $660 to replace the O2 sensor on my 2006 hybrid civic. Is it true that they are a matched pair? What is the difference from a $200 sensor I am seeing on-line and a $30 sensor?

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THEY ARE NOT A MATCHED PAIR BUT THEY SHOULD BE REPALCED AS A PAIR, THAT IS NEVER ONE NEW AND ONE OLD SENSOR. A GOOD QUALITY SENSOR IS AROUND $60, THE MAKER IS NIPPONDENSO, DO NOT SE SO CALLED UNIVERSAL SENSORS.

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