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Old 05-06-2018, 12:55 PM   #21
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I think we have all been there. Nothing like the feeling you get going from panic and defeat to victory. Now you have the confidence to go fuck up some more shit and try to get yourself out of it.
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here is a better pic... it is far away from the o2 sensor and the o2 sensor is wired already.



there also is a little hose not connected to anything and I am sure it should be??

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pretty sure it is the C6000-177871, Air Temp. Sensor
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Old 05-06-2018, 02:19 PM   #24
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Looks like the plug for the intake air temp sensor under the air cleaner housing
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Any idea how long those old spark plugs had been in the head? Be glad you had the 4 cylinder. Us V6 guys would be fucked ten ways to sundown with a broken and seized plug.
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Any idea how long those old spark plugs had been in the head? Be glad you had the 4 cylinder. Us V6 guys would be fucked ten ways to sundown with a broken and seized plug.
from the looks of the plugs, I would say longer than they should. I know the truck sat from 2015 until when I bought it and did not turn over once.
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from the looks of the plugs, I would say longer than they should. I know the truck sat from 2105 until when I bought it and did not turn over once.
In the future, before removing the spark plugs, let the truck warm up a bit before trying to remove spark plugs. This will save you the hassle of removing them and breaking. Also install some anti seize to the threads upon installation. It helps keep the steel of the plugs from adhering to the aluminum heads.
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jon, I think they're right about the wire being for the intake air temp sensor, also, I believe that little hose plugs on to a nipple on the underside of the air cleaner (fairly close to where the sensor is located). Congrats on getting those plugs out. I do believe that would have equated to a fair amount of swearing and drinking for me... XD
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jon, I think they're right about the wire being for the intake air temp sensor, also, I believe that little hose plugs on to a nipple on the underside of the air cleaner (fairly close to where the sensor is located). Congrats on getting those plugs out. I do believe that would have equated to a fair amount of swearing and drinking for me... XD
I think the swearing and drinking helped.
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PB is good, but I'm still a believer in all things KROIL.

Glad to see you got that out, let me know if you don't find the plug for that side of the plug, I can go take a pic.
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