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02 simulators

This is a discussion on 02 simulators within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Im tired of replacing 02 sensors so often.. I was wondering if anyone has any input on if they work ...

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    02 simulators

    Im tired of replacing 02 sensors so often.. I was wondering if anyone has any input on if they work and for how long. Also, is there anything out there that I could maybe use to back out the 02 sensor without welding a new bung on the pipes instead of simulators?

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    I think the first thing I would do is figure out why your going through o2 sensors first. Somthing is very wrong if your going thought them frequently.

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    ok let me reiterate... i dont want to replace them every other year or so, i just want a surefire way of them not being torched

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    Gotcha

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    I have no clue what your talking about... so ill throw in all the info..but front 02 sensors are required to adjust fuel to air ratio etc.. but the rears can be deleted and it only takes a wrench/socket to take them out..

    http://www.tunedbyfrost.com/services2.htm

    This is to get your SES light off.

    is your rears or fronts burning up?

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    i knew the fronts are needed, have them on the way... but i was contemplating sims for the back ones.. the other thing was is if i could somehow back the fronts out a little so they wouldnt come in contact with as many flames/heat and such. Wouldnt completely deleting the backs still throw the light though?

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    Quote Originally Posted by formula1804 View Post
    i knew the fronts are needed, have them on the way... but i was contemplating sims for the back ones.. the other thing was is if i could somehow back the fronts out a little so they wouldnt come in contact with as many flames/heat and such. Wouldnt completely deleting the backs still throw the light though?
    Yep. a tune is cheaper than the sims and you will get more outta the deal.

    Go to the link and read around. you shouldnt be burning up so many 02 sensors

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    Have the rear codes turned off and forget the sims, they are a waste.
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