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I forgot to keep the o2 sensor wire above the manifold when I put it back on, so it was underneath the manifold and above the turbo, and yes, I ran it like that for a while. Stupid little me tried going the "quick way" by cutting the wires since it was hot, and just trying to splice them up again. Little did I know at the time, there are TWO black wires going to the sensor, and I don't know if it will make a difference if I have them swapped or not. I'm thinking I might just try it one way, and if it doesn't work, then try it the other, I just wanted to see what you guys thought. Thanks
 

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Well, I would think you would know if it is hooked up right if you checked a log, or if you noticed drivability problems.

A bad o2 fucks up just about everything.
 

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That's really the only way to do it. Twist them together how you think they go, and see if it throws a code, if it does, swap them.
 

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Thanks, I didn't seem to have a problem with it when I hooked them up, so I'm assuming I got it right, or it just doesn't matter. Thanks
 
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