2010 ss my stock ones are bad done everything else to fix the heater code it keeps throwing so last step is replacing them consider the dealer wants 130 each what other chevy cars use them that will run me a lil less in the pocket
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I would recommend the GM sensors. Most likely the sensors were dropped or exposed to a harsh shock. Take one out and gently shake it, if it sounds like it rattles(and not the sealing washer) it got damaged somehow.
Was that you post about the shorty headers? I would make the shop that put them in liable for the repairs unless you did it yourself of course.
Just my 2 cents....
yeah had problem with the down pipes stud but only one pipe got rough around so dont know why both sides are throwing the heater codes im getting for both pre cat sensors so probly gonna replace them since thats all thats left to be done
i got the stock shortys and yeah i can do the work agian to have it cover by warr but really rather not want to fix my heater problem so i can change my mid pipes to high flows over the stock 4 cats i have now
We are a GM dealer but sell them FAR below regular dealer prices. If you want to go OEM, shoot me an email and I'll get you pricing. Or, you can look them up on our website if you want.
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