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RE: Oxy sensors and anti-seize compound

The actual sensor is under the metal cover with slits.  The Anti-Seize
won't be a problem and I use it on every bolt I remove so I can remove
it easily the next time.

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Craig D. Niederst [SMTP:niederst@telerama.com]
> Sent:	Monday, November 16, 1998 10:34 PM
> To:	Quattro List
> Subject:	Oxy sensors and anti-seize compound
> First, I'd like to thank all the Lister's who responded to my previous
> oxy
> sensor questions I posted awhile back. I decided to go with the Bosch
> 3-wire
> heated universal sensor (PN 13919). Got them for $38 a piece from Rick
> at
> Import Part Specialists. So here's my question. The sensors come with
> anti-seize pre-applied to the threads. But it looks as if some of this
> has
> gotten onto the head of the sensor before I even opened them. I
> contacted
> the place I bought them from, and was told they all come that way, and
> shouldn't worry about it. Are these sensors ruined due to the
> anti-seize
> being on the head of the sensor around the slits? Or should I just
> wipe them
> off and install them? Anyone else had a similar experience with these
> sensors with pre-applied anti-seize? TIA.
> Craig
> '92 100S (76k)

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