Electrical Where It Is Connected?

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  1. Luis911

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    there are 3 wires going to the oxygen sensor connector (driver side), but along with those 3 cable is a cable with a piece as seen in the photo, where it is connected and that connector is?

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    Neutral safety switch.
     
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    thanks, could be the cause of the code 67?
     
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    Yes.
     
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    thanks again, I have left these codes: KOEO = 34 (I have that change my valve EGR) and KOER: 34 and 92 (I had the 41 and 91, I changed the 2 Sensors of oxygen and now had the code 92, after a week to check the codes again the 41 and 91, and after 2 weeks, today I checked and I have the code 92, I'll have to open a new topic)
     
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    Any time you change a sensor, disconnect the battery for 5 minutes. It clears the computer's memory of the codes and sensor settings. The computer will "relearn" the settings for the new sensor and make the necessary settings. It takes 15-30 minutes of steady speed highway driving for it to get the computer to used to the new sensor data.
     
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    Maybe Im missing something, but that broken connector in the picture is not for the NSS. Its for the Low Oil Level Sensor.
     
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    Definitely the Low Oil Level sensor. I just got a new O2 sensor harness and it has the 2 O2 sensor connectors and 1 for low oil level sensor.
     
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