AUTOPARTS QUESTION

Chrysler Sebring

Tiny

inferior_childz_piety

January, 27, 2006 AT 11:01 PM

I recently replaced an oxygen sensor in my 2001 sebring sedan (v6, 2.7L). I was charged $142.00 for the part and $49 labour.
Heres my question. I searched eautopartstore. Com and found the same part for my car for much less. Are there different qualities of the same part? Why would there be such a difference in the price of part.
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