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Hi,

I have an '05 F150 4.6L and it has 4 O2 sensors the locations of each are listed below. My question is how many EFIE do I need. Also I have attached a picture that show where they are

bank1 sensor1 - passenger side, exhaust pipe between exhaust manifold and converter
bank1 sensor2 - passenger side in converter
bank2 sensor1 - driver side in exhaust pipe between exhaust manifold and converter
bank2 sensor2 - driver side in converter

thanks,

chad


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05-18-2008 01:12 PM
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Chad,

Only need 2, one on each side for the O2 sensors before the cats. The ones inside/after the cats are there only to verify their operation.

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05-18-2008 01:24 PM
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thanks
05-18-2008 01:30 PM
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The dual EFIE unit would work great for you.

rcwright13a Wrote:thanks
05-18-2008 03:15 PM
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