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Old 03-25-2011, 12:56 PM   #1
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Where does the rear O2 sensor plug in? I'm removing the exhaust it appears the wires just disappear into the body. Do I need to just cut them or is there an easy way to get to the connector and un-do it?
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In NA is under the driver's seat coming through the tunnel. Not sure on NB, prolly same.
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Ok, I will check there. I didn't know any NAs even had the rear sensor. Good to know.
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96-97 obdii
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