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Old 03-28-2008, 03:09 PM   #1
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I have noticed a decrease in fuel economy after I had to change to a new MAF sensor after I did the UIM/LIM job.

I went ahead and did a Plug and wire job first, but the gas mileage still kinda stinks so i want to go ahead and replace the front O2 sensor...it is well over due anyhow..

so my question is which connector do i use? One is square and one is flat. Trying to order this part while at work and thought i could get a quick answer here before i get off work and pop the hood to see which connector i need..here are what the two look like
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Both of these parts are listed as "for my car"...I know not to get bosch, but anyone heard good or bad things about "tru-tech", denso, or AC delco?
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Being that you are a 1996 you will want the pig tail above... or the Equivalent to the AC Delco AFS-75

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thanks! by the time i got your reply, i already went and looked..but i appreciate the reply any how..
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