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Hey guys,

Just finishing my Rinehart exhaust installation. I got a little bit of anti seize on one of the O2 sensor tips. In general I wanted to clean the O2 sensors somehow, but the guy at the auto parts store said there really isn't anything to clean them.

What do you guys suggest I do? Is it a big deal if some anti seize is on the sensor tip?

Btw these are the wide band sensors that came with the Thunder Max.

Thx,
 

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Oh I also have a CRC MAF sensor cleaner spray, not sure if that would be good to use for the O2 sensors.
 

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Call the ThunderMax people and ask them.
 

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anti sieze or oil on an 02 sensor can cause it to fail.. in theory you are supposed to replace them if they become fouled.. but i have heard that cleaning them with a contact cleaner that leaves no residue is effective..
 

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^ The MAF sensor cleaner from CRC doesn't leave any residue...

Also, isn't the actual sensor inside the metal casing at the tip? I don't think the actual sensor has the anti seize on it, just the metal casing on the tip...shouldn't matter right?
 
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