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post #1 of 2 Old 05-02-2003, 10:48 AM Thread Starter
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O2 Sensor Location in Turbo System

I've pretty much got the exhaust side of the system finished, 2 T25s mounted in front of the engine, 00 3.8L.

Where do the O2 sensors need to go? Will heat or pressure before the turbos cause problems? If they are after the turbos will they get too cool? or will the hot turbo housing alter the O2 content in the exhaust?


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I have my o2's mounted before the turbo. I have had them this way for over 40,000 miles and no problems from too much heat.

I have heard both locations are fine.


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