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How do i hook up the O2s without cats

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    How do i hook up the O2s without cats

    How do i hook up the o2 sensors with an off road y pipe installed? I dont understand exactly how to hook them up, can someone help? Pics would be great if anyone has some.

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    for the front ones you will either need extensions($35 each) or new bosch 13111 (2000 corvette rear sensors(75-90 each))


    you dont need the rear ones, except to plug the hole, my some people use a bolt type plug to plug it, i just shoved the original ones back in. my back ones fit with the original plug/wires but if yours doesnt just ziptie them up out of the way.

    you will throw a code saying cat malfunction or somethin like that.

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    Some have problems with the Bosch's, some do not. Its really a toss up what is going to work it seems.

    Many people swear by the Denso's - Part Number - Denso 234-4087

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hi-Po View Post
    Some have problems with the Bosch's, some do not. Its really a toss up what is going to work it seems.

    Many people swear by the Denso's - Part Number - Denso 234-4087
    That's what I have for the front O2's. They're the only ones that don't give a problem code (switching too slow is the code - doesn't effect drivability).

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    i have the extensions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lunatikgixxer View Post
    i have the extensions.
    Those are known to cause some problems as well, rain/carwash can get to them. Personally, I wouldn't mess with the extension's and use one of them two o2 sensors posted here for you.

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    you have to tune out the rears or get 02 sims.

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    ok thanks

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