Shop NOx sensors (nitrogen oxide sensors) for brands like Mercedes-Benz, Cummins, Volvo, Dodge, and more.
Redline Emissions Products (REP) - NOx Sensors for Light Duty and Heavy Duty applications.
A common question is - how much does a NOx sensor cost? NOx sensors can range from $250.00 to $750.00 depending on make and the application it's use in. NOx sensors have been used in the LD / HD diesel engine market with the introduction of urea/SCR after treatment, primarily starting with engine year 2010. The testing equipment required to test a NOx sensor is very expensive; in addition, other issues can be a factor in testing.... such as if the testing equipment doesn't have the latest software update for each NOx sensor part number. This can result in failed sensors going to market. OE standards, such as Cummins NOx sensor testing, are seen as superior to after treatment sensors. But Redline Emissions Products© NOx sensors stand apart as an after treatment brand with superior quality control measures.
All Redline Emissions Products© NOx sensors are sourced from proven manufacturers that not only test the software, but test all internal wiring connections on the sensor head. This gives our customers peace of mind that our products will exceed all OEM comparative components.
DPF Parts Direct.com is more than an online store, we’re backed by parent company DES, with 15 years of hands-on shop experience with diesel emissions systems – including retrofitting – and 42 years of diesel repair experience. We know the equipment AND service end of the emissions industry!
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