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Old 11-18-2004, 10:37 AM   #1
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well exactly like topic says...can i?
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you could but is not going to do you any good.
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ttt for more info please...
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Actually you can ruin an O2 sensor doing that....I would just get another.
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for real i thought the carb cleaner will evaporate after cleaning
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Default Re: can i clean the O2 sensor with Carb cleaner or something (yeegsr)

i heard that too. i also heard like... put some gasoline on the o2 sensor n jez light it up.. for a lil bitt. it removes the carbon on it. never tried it. but my friend did it to his celica.. and it did clean it...
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Yep, I'm pretty sure that spraying stuff like that on an O2 sensor is bad...no good, no no no. I would just look into a new one. Better then a cleaned old sensor
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yeah.. thats true. i cant believe tho 02 sensors are damn expensive!
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