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Old 08-18-2004, 02:38 AM   #1
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ok i have the double washer tank in my bonne but the sensor thing on the lower half on top of it leaks out the fluid when it is full....so i was thinking maybe i could replace it bc ive tried caulking it but that didnt work so i could either replace it with another or the single tank? what do u guys think ive already made the custom intake and it rubs up against the tank a little bit so going to a smaller tank wouldnt give me that much more room....anyways where can i get one online maybe? if not from the dealer...and also i broke off one of the headlight washer nozzles i got one from the dealer b4 but im wondering if there is a better place to go? ok and one more question is where is the O2 sensor located cause im thinking about changing it from what i know it hasnt been changed in a while unless the shop that i usually take it to did it. anyways thanks in advance for ur help!!
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The O2 sensor is located at the rear down pipe, before the cat.

Not sure if there is any other washer tank that will form to the fender well? You should go to a wrecker and have a look around, never know?
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for your O2 sensor that means either reaching down between the engine and the firewall(and possibly sway bar) and taking it out at the back of the exhast manifold. You could try doing it from underneath but I touched it last time i changed plugs. As for the other stuff I'm too new to be shelling out where to get your parts.
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You could go with the smaller tank actually. That'* what I did on mine. It actually did create more room for air to reach the intake since the smaller washer fluid tank is not right up against the filter. Having the smaller tank also gives you much more room to make a box around the entire intake in that front corner. If you don't mind doing that, the part # for the smaller tank is 22122558. Only $20 shipped (GMPD). Of course if you get the smaller tank you won't have the headlight sprayers anymore, so it'* up to you. I sacrificed those when I did it, but in the sake of performance I felt ok about it Good luck!
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hmmm i do like the headlight sprayers even though i dont really use them they are just cool so maybe i could check out a junkyard to see what i can find cause i already have the intake to the right length and stuff so going to a smaller tank would just allow me to make a decent box but i think i could do that anyways so ill have to look into it a bit more thanks thou!
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