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These instructions are pretty simple but apparently there is 2 different torques depending on m12 or m18? Which is it? There’s no marking on it or on the box? Anyone know?



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M12/M18 is probably the thread size. M12 being 0.472 and M18 being 0.708 so if it's under 1/2" it's M12 and if it's bigger than 1/2" it's M18. Just a logical guess.
 
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Also i usually torque everything but i have never torqued a O2 sensor. I just snug them down good and send it. I dont remember if there is a crush washer on an O2 sensor but 3/4 of a turn seems like a lot i would be worried about stripping it out.
 

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Half turn after finger tight is all it needs
 

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I like it, makes sense’


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Thanks all, it comes with a bit of anti seize on the threads but I typically do that anyway


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Be VERY careful adding antiseize... just a tiny amount too close to the tip will destroy the element
 
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