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    dropped exhaust pipe

    i know when removing the sensor from the exhaust pipe you are not supposed to knock it, drop it, or let it touch certain things. But would the shock/ impact from dropping the pipe cause the sensor to go bad?


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    it is just a temp sensor , it should be ok

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