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When using de-cat pipes, how do you get around the lack of Lamda sensor?
Does it not put up the mill light, and or confuse the ECU and make it run funny?
Please tell.
 

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You use a MIL eliminator in place of the post cat lambda sensor, which sends a signal to the engine ECU to trick it into thinking the post cat lambda is sending the correct signal.

There are usually some available on eBay, and many of the suppliers of exhaust de-cats will supply them too.
 

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Back again.
1. If I fit a de-cat pipe, and then make a MIL eliminator. does the sensor then become void and I just hide it somewhere or what?
2. Is there a way of doing away with the sensor all together?
3. Also, do I need to do anything with the sensor in the manifold?
 
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