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I got all the parts in today, put it all back together and everything works again! No codes, more power and overdrive is working!
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I just did this. It was hard. I got the front and rear pipe housings off but pulling the big pipe out of the rear housing was crazy hard. I slid an old chainsaw bar between the pipes and levered against the front welded bracket that connects the big and little pipes and it popped out. I had to space the rear housing away from the head a little because that lower pipe was rubbing on the flange of the housing and I didn't want to pop a hole in it. Once the pipes were free of the housings I got tired of trying to play surgery with the wire connectors so I cut the connector pipe brackets and it allowed easy access to the sensors. It seems the big pipe kind of supports the little pipe so I just wrapped a hose clamp around the pipes and it seems good.
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