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I am having intermittent MCSF problems and have so far replaced both pre-cat sensors. On replacing the most recent sensor; driver's side pre-cat, I found that the owner prior to me had messed around with the connector plug for the sensor and had rewired it using bladed terminals....see pic.

Can anyone point me in the right direction to getting a replacement so that I can rule this bodge out on the MCSF issues I have been having.

Have tried the breakers etc to no avail.

BTW the car is a 156 SW 2.0 JTS (2003)
 

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That plug end with the spade terminals goes into the WH and then to the ECU, doesn't it? Not sure what sort of fix you need for this?:rolleyes:
 

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Yes, think it does, no idea of the fix either however if I could get a second hand connector from somebody's parts bin then I would get rid of the spade connectors and do a proper solder job from the existing wiring loom to the new connector.

The connector itself is two part male-female with a sliding catch to hold the two together. The previous owner or garage must have bust it and done this bodge repair.....
 
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