JohnC

2010 Camaro SS

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10 hours ago, Mike said:

Mine never show ready because I don’t have rear 02’s.  I've never seen all the monitors ready.  I still pass.

 

 

8 hours ago, Disney said:

Last time I went with an OBD2 car I had rear O2s off in tune and "Not Readied" and "Not existant" and it passed.

 

Last time I scanned for DTC's, this is what showed up...

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The ST and GT both failed WITH rear 02's but they werent readied in the tune.  For the ST I had the tune changed and a CEL popped up.  A 90* spark plug defouler on the rear O2 fixed that.  On the GT I just had Lund send me a tune with them readied and it passed no problem.  

Matt

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Ok...

So bank one passengers side O2 went intermittently out on me.

Now I had not touched bank 1 or 2 O2’s to put on cats as they’re in the headers, not the cat pipes.

So I start tracing wires and bank 2 upstream is pretty tight against a aluminum heat shield but OK.

So I reach blindly behind the intake trying to trace wires to the wire harness connectors that might be loose and bank 2 injector harness was loose and fell right out the connector.

Problem is, now I can’t find the dang connector (can barely get my hand behind the intake) to clip it back in.

Anyone know where the heck the male connector might be back there?

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Catalog shows 2010 Camaros to have 4 wire HO2S with either a square or tri-oval connector.\

Looks like EGR style connector....

Edited by Ashley P

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On 3/13/2019 at 4:14 PM, Cannon Fodder said:
Jack the car up and crawl under.

 

Lol I did... connector hooks somewhere behind the intake.

You see crap back there!

Can barely get a hand behind it.

I’m all scratched up from trying to find it.

It’s not an injector connector because it ran on all 8.

Must be that O2....

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On 3/13/2019 at 4:56 PM, JohnC said:

Lol I did... connector hooks somewhere behind the intake.

You see crap back there!

Can barely get a hand behind it.

I’m all scratched up from trying to find it.

It’s not an injector connector because it ran on all 8.

Must be that O2....

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Sawzall :lol:

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It's not an O2.  They are grey connectors.  4 pins square or triangle shaped like Ashley said.  

Look at the replacement parts on rock auto to see.

a 5 wire connector should be something fairly complicated or a jumper harness to something else.   I can't think of anything with that many wires on my V.

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On 3/14/2019 at 8:17 PM, Mike said:
It's not an O2.  They are grey connectors.  4 pins square or triangle shaped like Ashley said.  

Look at the replacement parts on rock auto to see.

a 5 wire connector should be something fairly complicated or a jumper harness to something else.   I can't think of anything with that many wires on my V.

 

Someone pointed out it might go to the lifter cover that had the DoD oil control BS.

I confirmed it was...

Since that’s the case, the O2 has to be bad because all the connections I can see are clipped on.

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20 hours ago, JohnC said:

Lol I did... connector hooks somewhere behind the intake.

You see crap back there!

Can barely get a hand behind it.

I’m all scratched up from trying to find it.

these can be your best friend sometimes.

was an image of a telescoping mirror.

 

Edit: weird..when I copy and past a picture it shows up in the reply box, but disappears when I post.

 

 

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On 3/13/2019 at 3:12 PM, JohnC said:

Ok...

So bank one passengers side O2 went intermittently out on me.

Now I had not touched bank 1 or 2 O2’s to put on cats as they’re in the headers, not the cat pipes.

So I start tracing wires and bank 2 upstream is pretty tight against a aluminum heat shield but OK.

So I reach blindly behind the intake trying to trace wires to the wire harness connectors that might be loose and bank 2 injector harness was loose and fell right out the connector.

Problem is, now I can’t find the dang connector (can barely get my hand behind the intake) to clip it back in.

Anyone know where the heck the male connector might be back there?

07b1bc0d443a436c2d19c303fc23a459.jpg

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That went to the old DOD valley cover.

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