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Old 08-26-2006, 12:21 AM   #11
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we found out what it was... its the 02 sensor jacking up in the header but there is a major leakage inbetween the front headers crossing over to the rear headers. we got it so the care stablizes at 1RPM but u can definetly still hear the leak under the car.. is there any fix to this via: brackets, substances, etc. or getting it welded? Thanks...
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