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Old 11-21-2005, 02:01 PM   #1
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I got a bonus!



Crappy pic of a cheap cap, but it was still cool that they tossed it in!

Got the new O2 sensor installed. It was even easier than I thought it would be, even though I did have to go and buy the socket for it. Luckily, Sears carries them ($9.99) since I took my daughter to the mall.

For those who have never done this, tho, a warning. The sensor wiring like to try and catch on everything! Take your time with this job!!
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You got a free hat? That'* great.

The secret on that wiring it put a small rubber band on the extention of the socket. Hold wiring to extention with rubber band. Or a piece of duct tape. I hear a roll is under $5
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John.... Give ya $5 for it.
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John.... Give ya $5 for it.
I could do that. Still got the box, and too big a noggin for it to fit right.
Actually, I already owe ya more than that! Re-PM your address....
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I bought two of them there ox engine sensors and didn't get no stinkin' hat from dem!
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I guess I'm just special.....

Maybe you gotta order closer to the holidays to get a present????

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silly question, can somone take a pix of where the oxy sensor goes? I tried reading the manual and not sure if I"m looking at the right sensor.

I also heard there might be two sensors on the 3.8L.
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You only have one sensor. I already answered for location in your other topic.
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