BBK Performance Parts O2 Sensor Wire Harness Extensions are a must for when installing full-length headers. Full-length headers relocate the factory O2 sensors further away from where the factory harness will reach. These wire harness extensions avoid any cutting, splicing or soldering of the factory O2 sensor wires and simply plug-n-play right into the OE connection and extended to the relocation spot of the O2 sensor. Available for Ford, GM and Dodge applications.
- A must for when installing full-length headers
- Avoids cutting, splicing or soldering of the factory O2 sensor
- Plug-n-play right into OE connections
- For Ford, GM and Dodge applications
- Sold in pairs
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