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Old 09-04-2009, 22:39   #1 (permalink)
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After market exhaust going on 98 tang. Need to trick computer into thinking the oxy sensors are operating correctly to keep check engine light off. A schematic would be GR8..
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Re: need to trick oxy sensor on 98 tang

buy a programer, try SCT they have programers that can add some HP and will shut off check engine lights aswell for when you do intake and exhaust mods :)
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Re: need to trick oxy sensor on 98 tang

A quality aftermarket exhaust system (street use) would have the proper O2 sensor mounting hubs in the correct locations so as not to affect the reading.
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Are the sensors hooked up? Is the check engine light on?
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