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Old 11-01-2006, 06:21 PM   #11
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What'* the deal with the O2 sensor? Aren't the plug wires shielded?
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yea but the 02 gets wicked hot and silicone or rubber against it will probably melt. Id like to see a pic of Bills wire routing. I have seen them from the factory run the wires on the front of the motor under a bunch of vacumn hoses and some real crazy ways.
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What'* the deal with the O2 sensor? Aren't the plug wires shielded?
My wires were touching the O2 wire harness and my car was idling very rough. I actually think it threw an SES light...lean bank code IIRC. I didn't think something like that would change anything, but good ol' Boosty reassured me that was the problem. I re-routed my wires and it sure enough fixed the problem.
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Oh okay, I gotch ya. Had a brain hiccup.
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