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The sensor eliminator just eliminates the code from happening. Won't help you out in any other way then stopping the pcm from storing the code:thumb:
 

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thanks, so how is it that people are claiming 1-3 mpg increase after cleaning the tube and sensor
 

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the tube is full of soot so is the sensor..so it sees nothing , and adjusts for the worse.
be carefulle when handling the tube ..mine was old and brittle.

guzzle's page has a good cleaning directions.
 

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so by putting the fooler on there, theoreticaly you should see a increase then, so its not adjusting for the worse
 

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in theory possibly? or it could make it terrible,
all depends on what the fooler shows..if it has a fixed resisitor to feed the magic number..yes. if it is just a plug no , it could do more harm then good.

I know of a few guys that use ebp foolers-one of them liked them, 2 still have codes.
no sure whose sensors they used.
 

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The PCM uses the EBP sensor for several tuneing paramiters... clean it and leave it be...
 

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thanks for the help... it looks like when i go to remove the tube from the manifold something is going to break due to the rust... if the fitting on the tube breaks i can get a new tube but if the fitting on the manifold breaks im screwed probably.
 
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