Jump to content

kevin bellmore

New Member
  • Posts

    3
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Profile Information

  • Name
    Kevin
  • Location
    Canada
  • Drives
    1998 C1500

kevin bellmore's Achievements

New Member

New Member (1/11)

0

Reputation

  1. I must have been on glue. The plug on the downstream is indeed a square 4 pin. But my truck only has 3 sensors. Left and right upstream and one downstream. The upstream are 4 pins in a row. My new cat from Flowmaster has left and right upstream, then one after both of those, a combined upstream, then one after cat.
  2. I will have to get under it again and have a better look. Whoever cut the cats off left a sensor with the square plug unhooked, but still in the pipe. I bought a Flowmaster cat that has 4 places for O2 sensors, and it uses one cat with a y pipe and sensors on the left and right pipes, and before and after the cat. I just need to find where the square plug goes.
  3. Hey everybody, First Post. I was hoping someone would have a picture of the after cat O2 sensor plug from a 1998 GMT 400. According to the pictures on Rock Auto, it is a square 4 pin, but mine is a flat 4 pin and the connector is under a cover on the inside frame rail. All the after cat plugs look square but mine is not. Also, how many O2 sensors came stock, and were there two cats and two mufflers and two pipes? I haven't seen a stock example of one.
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.