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Old 03-11-2009, 02:59 PM   #1
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Where the hell does this bracket go? Somewhere by the CAS & Coilpack, but I can't figger it out.

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Pretty much how you have it orientated in the pic is how it is installed. CAS bracket - nothing to do with coil packs.
*** Edit*** I don't do fancy diagrams like Brain or Joe, but I am sure is in the works as we speak.
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Ok, you can just see it here in this pre-dissasembly pic.
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Assuming it's on correctly here, it appears to me that it serves no purpose.
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That is also how mine was before. I just left mine off. I couldnt see any real purpose.
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The purpose of that bracket is to hold the stock 02 sensor connector.
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Didn't include that one when I swapped the CAS to the 99 block.
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I agree with its purpose....doesn't seem to have a real purpose. Always wondered WTF is this for?
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The purpose of that bracket is to hold the stock 02 sensor connector.
Are you sure about that? There's a hole on the driver side of the coil pack bracket which the o2 sensor connector clips into.

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No purpose? So its similar to the bracket that holds up the intake, oh yea, that's the oil filter knuckle buster bracket.
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