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Old 08-26-2010, 04:49 AM   #1
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Default LC-1 sensor - can the plug/connector be removed?

Do you guys know if the plug/connector on the O2 sensor wiring can be opened to remove the wires with or without the pins?

I was hoping to shove the O2 sensor wiring up through the A/C drain hole, but obviously the connector on the end is way too big. The drain hole is in the ideal spot and means I can have the LC-1 controller sit next to the Adaptronic within the cabin.
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Just cut the wires and use a Sureseal or Weatherpack 5-way socket & plug. The wiring used in the sensor can't be soldered.
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Any connector will come off if you have the right pin tool, and should click right back into place as long as the pins are not damaged on removal.
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