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Old 07-03-2014, 01:22 AM   #1
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So today i was messing around with my header leak and ended up banging on the drivers side o2 sensor a few good times at the neck. Anyways go for a drive and within 5min i get the CEL. Come home run KOER test and got a 136. No other codes. HELP. Did i screw over my o2 sensor?
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Old 07-03-2014, 07:37 AM   #2
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you probly broke the ceramic insulation inside the sensor, at least you know what you did wrong lol .
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So today i was banging on the drivers side o2 sensor a few good times at the neck. . HELP. Did i screw over my o2 sensor?
Read the above^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ then ask yourself ........"What do I/you think??" lol
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LOL.. Ok.ok., But I thought these things could handle a couple bumps to the neck, I guess they are really fragile! Thanks guys!
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no, even dropping them on the floor can crack the porcelin
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GREAT!!
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Just swapped in a new bosch and no more code 136! Thanks guys.
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