Originally Posted by jeffg
FYI, the new AC Delco Sensor has what appears to be a very fine coating of the graphite and glass bead anti-seize. I read on another web site that standard anti-seize compounds should not be used because the sensor needs a path to ground thru the exhaust manifold, and a "liquid" anti-seize may interfere with the path and cause false readings???
Yup, don't mess with putting any more lubricant on the threads of the AC Delco sensor...its ready to rock 'n roll once you ge tthe threads all taken care of.
Sorry to hear about your mishap, that does indeed suck. At least you can get a tap down there -- there are a lot of other places this could of happened where there would be no room.