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Unread 04-02-2013, 11:20 PM   #16
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I think I'm retarded (or just really new at all this, probably a bit of both )
My Painless wiring manual is labeled pretty poorly on some pages.

What is this?


And what is this?


If I'm reading things right, the top one is an 02 sensor and the bottom one is the knock sensor? I just had a thought that I some how was messing with the wrong part this whole time lol.

I'm still learning as best I can
I'm a total noob at doing this all myself.

Thanks!
Cheers

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Unread 04-03-2013, 06:33 AM   #17
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I think I'm retarded (or just really new at all this, probably a bit of both )
My Painless wiring manual is labeled pretty poorly on some pages.

What is this?


And what is this?


If I'm reading things right, the top one is an 02 sensor and the bottom one is the knock sensor? I just had a thought that I some how was messing with the wrong part this whole time lol.

I'm still learning as best I can
I'm a total noob at doing this all myself.

Thanks!
Cheers
Top one O2, bottom one knock sensor.
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