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02 sensor help

Old 11-27-2008, 02:59 AM
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Default 02 sensor help

Ive searched and found ---- other than the bosch has a way of keeping itself clean basicly i was messing with antilag and i keep frying o2 sensors i have the Uego. Is there somthing i can use to clean it every now and then it will read then it wont. I was told not to spray carb cleaner or anything else on it. Any ideas? ive wire brushed it.
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Old 11-28-2008, 07:25 PM
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Mine come out clean, or lightly sooted. No cleaning needed. What do yours look like?

The drag car with the big laggy turbo that needs anti-lag ends up killing them due to exposure to racegas. I'm no help with that aspect.

If the gauge goes from full lean to reading AFRs like a lightswitch, you sure you don't have any leaks or the sensor too close to the exit that it's suffering from reversion?
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Old 11-28-2008, 10:10 PM
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the o2 is about 3 ft way from my turbo and mabey 11/2 feet from where the DP and exhaust meet. The sensor was fine for a bout a week then after testing antilag it ---- the bed. but that was for 2days its been working allright now. figures i did it a little today
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