Question about Jeep TJ
If you have to wire it up then you are probably installing a universal O2 sensor, if so return it- they are junk, the higher price of the direct fit is for a reason- they are that much better. ----- if you are joing ahead with what you have, **** conectors and heat-shrink tubing are recomended
Posted on Sep 03, 2008
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