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Old April 13th, 2011, 08:18 PM   #621
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It's not a weekend stopper. She can run open loop and all that will happen is she will probably run rich.
Sure if it outright fails or you unplug it but I have seen those stick high and the pcm pulls so much fuel cuz it thinks it is rich that it will cause it to mis on that bank, all 4 cyls.
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Old April 13th, 2011, 08:42 PM   #622
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Seems like each store just has 1 in stock, looks like ill be shop hopping. Oddly enough theres an auto store on each side of the restaraunt we will be a for my step dads wake tomorrow. Must be lookin out for me still......

Was hoping not to have to spend another $200..........but fawk it.....it's only money.

If anyone has some that they want to part with cheaper ...post it up please!!!!
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Old April 13th, 2011, 09:14 PM   #623
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wat? you do not need oxygen to travel through the insulation...I have changed ends on O2 sensors and soldered and heat shirked them with no problems
Not through the insulation, through the strands of the wires themselves. An O2 sensor works by 'comparing' (keeping things simple) the oxygen level within the gas stream to reference air. The reference air is supplied to the sensor through the strands of some of the wires themselves. Because its the method thats less likely to be plugged up, than say, a port on the side of the sensor exposed to the elements..

So you do need to be careful with those wires. The OEMs normally don't recommend any type of wire repair on them. Some people it works fine, some it doesn't work fine. So as a rule, you try not to seal those strands if you mess with them.




Dammit, I just checked my harness. I've got two triangle plugs on my harness. Checked my mainfolds, one male, one female, both square. dammit..
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Old April 13th, 2011, 09:26 PM   #624
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[QUOTE=Haggar;2620884]Not through the insulation, through the strands of the wires themselves. An O2 sensor works by 'comparing' (keeping things simple) the oxygen level within the gas stream to reference air. The reference air is supplied to the sensor through the strands of some of the wires themselves. Because its the method thats less likely to be plugged up, than say, a port on the side of the sensor exposed to the elements..

So you do need to be careful with those wires. The OEMs normally don't recommend any type of wire repair on them. Some people it works fine, some it doesn't work fine. So as a rule, you try not to seal those strands if you mess with them.




Dammit, I just checked my harness. I've got two triangle plugs on my harness. Checked my mainfolds, one male, one female, both square. dammit..[/QUOTE]


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Old April 14th, 2011, 07:11 AM   #625
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Yep... I found tghat the wrecking yard also switched my alternator to a 2004 unit...plug is different than my 2007 harness...another 150 bucks....
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Yep... I found tghat the wrecking yard also switched my alternator to a 2004 unit...plug is different than my 2007 harness...another 150 bucks....
but its all the same. gotta love the junk yards and part swapping.
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but its all the same. gotta love the junk yards and part swapping.
Yeah, Jim's performance loved me. The TAC module and ECU were mismatches too.
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Yeah, Jim's performance loved me. The TAC module and ECU were mismatches too.

We sent him half of 2 diff harnesses. Im sure he liked that too.

Sucks I have to have these parts today, Roger is right, $93 per. Amazon has them for $60 and rockauto $70.......parts stores wont pricematch online....i checked, oriellys , auto zone and napa. So $180 plus tax.......son of a bitch!
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We sent him half of 2 diff harnesses. Im sure he liked that too.

Sucks I have to have these parts today, Roger is right, $93 per. Amazon has them for $60 and rockauto $70.......parts stores wont pricematch online....i checked, oriellys , auto zone and napa. So $180 plus tax.......son of a bitch!
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i just bought my headgasket on advanced autos website. they have a promo right now. go sign up and order them and pick up in store you should get $25 off that purchase i think. i saved $10 this morning doing that over going into the store to do it. heading out to pick it up now.
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Old April 14th, 2011, 08:23 AM   #631
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Becky pm me the part numbers you need and ill check my hook up here in town. If i can get them for the online price i will and run them to Kevin.
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I like my O2 sensor.......its the screw on the side of the Holley Carb

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have an extra mass air sensor laying around from your project? i need one for my 307 van motor
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Old April 14th, 2011, 08:43 AM   #636
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have an extra mass air sensor laying around from your project? i need one for my 307 van motor

nope...ordered mine thru Bleay. He helped alot!


Collin thank you!!! Pm sent!

Roger, ill call ya on my way to your side of town about coupon if nothing else comes thru.

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The big MAF that goes in front of the throttle body? I have a spare I think...
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yah. i need the big maf that goes on the intake tube in front of the throttle body
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I could not beat the price she has. Sorry
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Old April 14th, 2011, 01:47 PM   #640
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so all said and done how much is it costing you? i told you at TT that the little things would add up! i guess your seeing that first hand now!!!
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