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I rechecked the current flow diagram and I belive you are correct, it is a sheild. Since the conector for the O2 sensor is cracked and falling apart it must be causing a short or allowing interference. Could the interference be causing the fluctuations in the frequency valve? Guess I will have to find a replacement someday. This explains that large plastic connector on the the end of the O2 sensor wire. It must be to sheild the conection.
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Old 04-07-2003, 07:47 PM
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