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    I used a light coat of anti-seize on the threads when I put my wideband O2 sensors in (careful not to get any on the sensors) . tsani recommends milk of magnesia instead of antisieze.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by clutchglass Click here to enlarge
    I used a light coat of anti-seize on the threads when I put my wideband O2 sensors in (careful not to get any on the sensors) . tsani recommends milk of magnesia instead of antisieze.
    -clutch-
    aaahh... that's what I was think off and couldn't find the threat, milk of magnesia!! Thank you.
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