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This is a discussion on OBD II question within the Mid-Atlantic States forums, part of the Regional Discussion category; what? youv'e thrown the mechanical fix out the window? Once I get the chance, I'll post the link to ...

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    what? youv'e thrown the $5 mechanical fix out the window? Once I get the chance, I'll post the link to the thread in nasioc (sorry, just don't have the time right now to go and search for it).

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    i read that the perrin o2 sensor completely overrides the P0202 (or whatever number it is). I saw that from something that WRC_obssesed posted from his own emission experience and also read it oh the jscspeed website. So i think its all good, im gonna see what precisiontuning says.
    <---------------------I dont have the sonic WRX anymore....decided it was time for an upgrade!

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    heres the link to the nasioc board thread. Its a bit lengthy, and there are a couple of ways of doing the mechanical fix ($5 autozone plug modified, mcmaster elbow and pipe fitting, or welding in a tube extension).

    link to mechanical cel fix thread

    You should take whichever route your most comfortable with doing.

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