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What Sensor is This? Dragging Underneath Car

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    Exclamation What Sensor is This? Dragging Underneath Car

    Kept hearing a clicking noise as I was driving today, thought it was just a rock stuck in the tire. But when i looked underneath I saw this sensor hanging down on to the ground.







    What is it for? I don't have any lights on on the dash. It is located on the pass side, just to the left of the header.

    I need to know so i can order a new one, and so i know whether it should be driven or not?


    A quick response would be greatly appreciated!!

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    looks like it used to be an O2 connector.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0rion View Post
    looks like it used to be an O2 connector.
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    What will happen if it is not connected? I have LTs, no cats, and no rear 02s

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    is it for the rear O2's? Is your front O2 connected? If it's for a rear just zip tie it up out of the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0rion View Post
    is it for the rear O2's? Is your front O2 connected? If it's for a rear just zip tie it up out of the way.
    Im thinking it may be for the rear but i cant get under there to look.. i dont have a floor jack at my house - the front 02 sensor is connected

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    I figured I would have a SES light or something if it was for the front 02

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    yes, you would. I bet it's for the rear. It almost has to be.

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    K i just zip tied it out of the way... thx for the quick help guys!

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