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DIY O2 Sensor Eliminators?

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Old 11-20-2009, 08:01 PM
wakullabronco wakullabronco is offline
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Default DIY O2 Sensor Eliminators?

Has anyone made there own for there dodge.
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Old 11-20-2009, 09:48 PM
nathangfnd nathangfnd is offline
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ive never made one but there are a few tricks to do so that you can modify your o2 so they read clean and cool air

One of them is easily going to your local auto parts store and buying SPARK PLUG NON_FOULERS. you take the first and drill it out to 1/2 inch and you put it into the none modified on and then screw that into the o2 sensor bung. its all writen up here.

Im not sure if your trying to stop codes from popping up but its probably the cheapest and easiest way to modify your CAT or exhaust and stopping them
1999 Dodge ram 1500 Lifted 5 inches with 35s and to much other stuff

2008 Dodge ram 1500 laramie mostly stock with dual exhaust
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