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Old 06-19-2017, 04:58 PM   #1
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My right bank is giving me problems in rich fuel and rough running. Looking at the o2 #1 position wiring I noticed the wires were cracked and the plug is cracked. I know the plugs and wires are good; just replaced them trying to solve this issue. Does anyone know of a wiring diagram specific to the o2 sensors I can use to make a new wiring harness for the o2 sensor? Any help is appreciated.

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