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Old 03-24-2011, 01:09 AM   #1
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NEED HELP!!!!!!!

I have a 2001 mustang gt 4.6L 2 v and I had my snap-on verus scan tool hooked up to my car and I was looking through my mode six category and found that there was one test that had almost failed. The only problem is I can't find mode six data anywhere . The number I got was

TID $10 CID $21 the first number being the test # and the second being the component. If you have any info pls let me know because I'm stumped.
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O2 sensors I believe, I would replace them first and see what happens
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Old 03-24-2011, 11:33 AM   #3
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Http://www.autonerdz.com/cgi/yabb2/y...num=1111982247. the fourth reply should give you some idea
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I can't get to the link says it's got a 404 error
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I was reading about it and it was saying something along the lines of O2 sensor on bank 2,very common problem very easy to repair just some are hard to get at. I work at a pep boys and we do free code checks, see it all the time
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Ya they are bit of a ***** to do. It's weird why it's not firing a DTC into the comp yet anyway I'm going to be replacing the factory h pipe with a bbk high flow x pipe and I planned on putting 4 new O2 sensors anyway so when I get around to it I'll let you know how I managed
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Yea let me know how it goes and hopefully it will work for you!
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Ya they are bit of a ***** to do. It's weird why it's not firing a DTC into the comp yet anyway I'm going to be replacing the factory h pipe with a bbk high flow x pipe and I planned on putting 4 new O2 sensors anyway so when I get around to it I'll let you know how I managed
K.....I got a secret.....the back 2 o2 sensors just monitor catalytic converters function,they just tell ya if they are working right. You can turn em off and not put new ones. Just put the old ones back in the holes,don't even have to hook em up. The ones just past the manifold are important tho.

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Ya but if you shut them off it won't run theO2 rediness monitor test
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Ya but if you shut them off it won't run theO2 rediness monitor test
Well the tuner gives you the option to turn em off if you choose to

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K.....I got a secret.....the back 2 o2 sensors just monitor catalytic converters function,they just tell ya if they are working right. You can turn em off and not put new ones. Just put the old ones back in the holes,don't even have to hook em up. The ones just past the manifold are important tho.

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True that. Believe it or not. I knew that. Im patting myself on the back right now
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