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My rear o2 sensor has no nuts

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas (1995-2004)' started by meatman, Jun 21, 2011.

  1. Jun 21, 2011 at 12:50 PM

    meatman [OP] I deal with dead animals

    Mar 24, 2011
    First Name:
    Murphy N.C.
    (built) 04 Tacoma SR5 4x4 and 01 TRD 4x4 DD
    So i went a did an oil change and when i got done and drove over to recycle the old oil and i started to hear a nasty rattling sound. I thought it was going to be the rear skid plate and after i removed it again (i took it off to do oil change) i thought i would grease up all the spots couldnt been happier they were all in perfect allignment and easy to get to.
    As i shimmied to the rear of the truck i noticed a small shield hanging funny and low and behold there were no nuts holding it on. long story short what a pain to replace. F.... it im gonna pay someone to change my oil from now on Ha ha ha. i am supprised it didnt throw a code
  2. Jun 21, 2011 at 3:22 PM

    DblCabMN Well-Known Member

    Mar 22, 2011
    Mpls, Minnesota
    03 DC TRD/LTD
    Bilstein 5100's all around - Toytec/Eibach 112-620 Coils, Wheelers 5-Pack+Wheelers 2"AAL. 33x10.5x15 KM2s - Siped on Summit Racing 84-5883 rims with 3.750 BS. 4.88s. Demello HD round sliders. Home built full skids. Home built front bumper. Plasti'd badges. Energy Susp. steering rack bushings. Sway bar delete. Deck plate mod. aFe Pro-Dry. Gibson exhaust.
    when i took my truck in to get my new muffler welded on, the guys came out and said the same of my rear o2 - i asked to see it, sure enough, no nuts, no heat shield. They had a couple new laying around and slapped 'em on for free.

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