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Old 07 Aug 2004, 12:33 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Cross Threaded O2 Sensor

Took the car in today to have the O2 sensor replaced.
Got back to pick it up & was told the O2 sensor was cross threaded so they've now done it properly :shock: Any more info on what he means?

Car feels much better now tho, not sure if this was the problem or a dodgy batch of fuel :?:
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cross thread

simply means the screw threads were misaligned, this could have led to some ingress of air and a false 02 reading being detected... A possibility. :?
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ta, feels a lot better now tho :twisted:
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