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    Hi,I recently installed a set of pace setters with the off road Y.They came with the O2 extensions but now I only have two instead of the 4 like on the stock exaust.Does anyone know what I need to do next?
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    you need to get O2 sims for the rear plugs where the two O2s are gone now, or get the codes tuned out of your computer. Or live with the SES light in your face. You don't need the rear O2s anymore since you don't have cats

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    I agree with the above but i would recocmend spending a few extra bucks and picking up the pre-made 02 extensions.
    Looks neater and helps when you have to change sensors
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    Or just extend the stock harness it's just a few wires, and get simms or edit pcm for the rear O2's.

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    You can extend the wires and i did for like two hours then i ordered the extensions, looked sloppy and those dam sensors are so sensitive to the little'st change its crazy.
    just my opin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sunsetorangess
    You can extend the wires and i did for like two hours then i ordered the extensions, looked sloppy and those dam sensors are so sensitive to the little'st change its crazy.
    just my opin.
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    It's just wire, convoluted tubing, and heat wrap if near headers. Just be sure to solder all splices.

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