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got my self a very clapped out and rusty 2003 r50. all that's done to it is a set of general grabber AT 2.  I've also been dealing with a lovely lean code on bank 2 so I'd love to hear some ideas about that I did hook up some scanners and senors and noticed that both of my post O2 sensors are malfunctioning. 

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The O2 sensors are probably the most common failure on these trucks. Luckily, it’s a 15-30” fix. Unplug the old one up top, zip tie the new one to the old one’s line, drop the sensor from above, & once you’ve attached the new one below, clip off the ends of the old one. I’ve done it a handful of times. BTW, don’t forget Bank 1 is the passenger side on these trucks.

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