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      11-13-2014, 09:28 PM   #1
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Oxygen sensor on DPs

My second sensor was stripped when i removed it so had to get a new one. I just closed it up with the extra bolt. I have been driving with it and it seems ok. Just got the new one in. Uma put it on tomorrow. Just want to know if its ok that i have been driving around like that.
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      11-13-2014, 11:22 PM   #2
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I think you'll be fine mine was also stripped to shit got a new one drove it plugged for a while never had an issue lol
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It's generally not an issue temporarily but the DME does require valid rear o2 sensor info for the fuel trims so it's a pretty good idea to get it replaced ASAP.
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I think you'll be fine mine was also stripped to shit got a new one drove it plugged for a while never had an issue lol
Yea Im doing ok but the trim is deff off. It takes a bit to get adjusted.. Map 5 on my JB4 deff is fixing it but replacing now. Thanks
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It's generally not an issue temporarily but the DME does require valid rear o2 sensor info for the fuel trims so it's a pretty good idea to get it replaced ASAP.
Yes. I can tell its trying to figure the trim out for sure... it goes up and down for a bit. Thanks. Appreciate the reply back.
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