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Old 09-11-2012, 12:17 PM   #1
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Does anyone know what size and/or thread spark plug non-fouler is needed to fit with the rear O2 sensors? No tuner, so can't turn them off but want to try this to have the CEL off. Anyone tried this before? Any suggestions or help is welcome. Thanks guys.
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Does anyone know what size and/or thread spark plug non-fouler is needed to fit with the rear O2 sensors? No tuner, so can't turn them off but want to try this to have the CEL off. Anyone tried this before? Any suggestions or help is welcome. Thanks guys.
I wanted to try this but I believe you have to cut up the o2 sensor and if it didn't work I'd be screwed come my emissions test, I think a quick google search will have your answer tho
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I wanted to try this but I believe you have to cut up the o2 sensor and if it didn't work I'd be screwed come my emissions test, I think a quick google search will have your answer tho
No you do not need to mod the o2 sensor you have to drill out the hole in one of the foulers so the o2 sensor will fit into it. Then you screw both the foulers togeather the one with the small hole screws into your exhaust pipe first. The larger hole is only so the bottom part of your o2 sensor will fit into the fouler so you can screw it togeather the 02 sensor is not modded just make sure the hole you drill is a little larger then the bottom part of the o2 sensor so exhausted gas's can still get the the sensor The whole point of this mod is to limmit the amount of exhaust gas's to the o2 sensor to trick it into thinking there is a working cat in front of it.
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Does anyone know what size and/or thread spark plug non-fouler is needed to fit with the rear O2 sensors? No tuner, so can't turn them off but want to try this to have the CEL off. Anyone tried this before? Any suggestions or help is welcome. Thanks guys.
I think its like 13/16 its the one for the std. large size spark plug.
Foulers come 2 to a pack so you would need 2 pacs should only cost you around $20 or so
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Thanks guys I actually just got impatient and went ahead and only used one on each side but I did obviously have to drill it out. It worked fine so far, if my CEL comes on then I'll go ahead and add another set but thanks for the help and advice.
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