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Old 05-28-2004, 12:17 AM   #10
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No offence meant, but Luke has become quite obsessed with O2 sensors recently. Yours most likely is just FINE. An O2 sensor has nothing directly to do with EGR function at all. O2 sensor data is used to monitor and set air fuel mixture ratios at that is pretty much it. If you are not having any driveability issues, poor MPG or actual O2 sensor codes, do not be in a big hurry to pony up the $65+ to "fix' something that ain't broke.

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