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    O2 sensor fix?

    I just put exhaust in my gsx and I got a rear O2 sensor code and was wondering if anybody knew if there was a fix. I was wondering if you can put a resistor in between the wires and what color wire it is?

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    Easiest thing to do id to get the "spacer" for the o2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fusionsport
    Easiest thing to do id to get the "spacer" for the o2.
    Yup, just get a spark plug antifowler... drill out the hole a bit bigger and screw it in with the o2.
    -Seth

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    I am interested in this as well but it is very confusing
    could you explain that in a little more detail please, . What is a spacer? How do I make one? How do I install it? Thank you very much!

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    It just goes between the sensor and the exhaust.

    It takes it out of the exhaust stream so it doesnt get a accurate reading.


    Go to checkers and buy a sparkplug anti fowler. Screw your o2 sensor into it and it into the bung on the exhaust.
    -Seth

    2007 - 11.671 @ 125.34 50trim, 100shot, 110 octane
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