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    Default SD Headers C5 shorter o2 sensor.

    Does anyone have the part number for the rear C5 o2 sensor that works with our upstream sensor?

    Ive been doing a little research and ive found that the 13111 is compatible but is still too big.

    I also found this link on here:
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/NEW-O...Q5fAccessories

    I wanted to confirm that it would work before i bought it. I know that it will require splicing.
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    Default Re: SD Headers C5 shorter o2 sensor.

    It's the denso o2...not sure on part number,maybe pm blueguy...he would have more info for sure!
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    Default Re: SD Headers C5 shorter o2 sensor.

    iirc you have to un pin the wires in the plug of the vette o2 and move them so they work.

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    Default Re: SD Headers C5 shorter o2 sensor.

    Does anyone have a diagram for that?
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    Default Re: SD Headers C5 shorter o2 sensor.

    iirc it was blue guy who said it, iirc he said you can hold the two side by side, then move the colored wires so they are in the stock plugs location.

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    Default Re: SD Headers C5 shorter o2 sensor.

    That sounds simple enough.
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    Default Re: SD Headers C5 shorter o2 sensor.



    A=low signal
    B=high signal
    C=ground
    D=PCM
    ours: A=TAN B=PPL C=BLK D=PNK
    C5: A=TAN B=PPL C=BLK D=BRN
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    Default Re: SD Headers C5 shorter o2 sensor.

    ^^^That may have solved my problem.
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    Default Re: SD Headers C5 shorter o2 sensor.

    I'd rather just weld a bung in the crossover.

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    Default Re: SD Headers C5 shorter o2 sensor.

    thats what i did.

    Last edited by Scottydoggs; 12-04-2015 at 09:51 PM.

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    Default Re: SD Headers C5 shorter o2 sensor.

    This cost $0.


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    Default Re: SD Headers C5 shorter o2 sensor.

    Which Denso is it?

    Part # 234-4212

    Part # 234-4668

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    Default Re: SD Headers C5 shorter o2 sensor.

    For the record, I used a Bosch 13444

    I beat the piss out of my firewall until I was tired of it. Then I got smart and took off the dog bones giving me more room to put the o2 sensor in.
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    Default Re: SD Headers C5 shorter o2 sensor.

    Quote Originally Posted by rynoman03 View Post
    For the record, I used a Bosch 13444

    I beat the piss out of my firewall until I was tired of it. Then I got smart and took off the dog bones giving me more room to put the o2 sensor in.
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