Originally Posted by DieselStang
lol what are the odds it would go bad right when you do your swap.. lol
what if it was just dirty?
I have never, in all the years they have been making narrowband O² sensors, found a "dirty" one--if by that you mean one that cleaning could fix. By the time they get fouled with silicone, leaded gas or an overly rich mix, and fail they are shot...
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