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I recently put headers on my 318 and didn't reattach the o2 sensor because there was no plug on the header. could this be the reason my truck now misses?

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Ya you will need to install the 02 sensor ,, you can buy the adaptor threw a place like summit racing and it will need to be welded on to the header.

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