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    This lc1 is killing me!!

    Man can someone give some ideas. I been having problems with my lc1 the freaking thing is damaging the o2 sensor in no time. At first I though the j pipe had a water leak so I put a new one and mounted the sensor at the manifold. Guess what it did it again... It starts fine reading 12 AFR at idle and a few seconds after it goes to 22 AFR and doesn't come back gone... Has any one had a similar problem?
    I wonder what could be triggering this? Could the water preassure at the hose be the problem?
    Please help!!!


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    Stupid question but did you ever buy a new sensor or did you just move the location it was mounted?

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    Pressure test the mani.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecpChris View Post
    Stupid question but did you ever buy a new sensor or did you just move the location it was mounted?
    This is my third sensor...

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    Quote Originally Posted by speedskixp View Post
    Pressure test the mani.
    You think that it could have a leak? How can preassure test?

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    Common for the sensor to die , not made for marine .... I am on my 3 rd sensor in 6 months ...

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    Where do you guy's buy your sensors??

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    advanced auto, they come with a 1 year warranty...

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    Yes but mine work for 1 minute before went to sh..t

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    Quote Originally Posted by tocullo View Post
    Man can someone give some ideas. I been having problems with my lc1 the freaking thing is damaging the o2 sensor in no time. At first I though the j pipe had a water leak so I put a new one and mounted the sensor at the manifold. Guess what it did it again... It starts fine reading 12 AFR at idle and a few seconds after it goes to 22 AFR and doesn't come back gone... Has any one had a similar problem?
    I wonder what could be triggering this? Could the water preassure at the hose be the problem?
    Please help!!!
    Pressure test your intercooler... Water is a sensor killer......

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