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What are your plans? Just remove it for maintenance, or replace the exhaust?

If you're replacing the exhaust you need to either reinstall them in the new exhaust, or "delete" them (unplug them and install devices fooling the ECU they're still there).
 

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What are your plans? Just remove it for maintenance, or replace the exhaust?

If you're replacing the exhaust you need to either reinstall them in the new exhaust, or "delete" them (unplug them and install devices fooling the ECU they're still there).
I am sending them to the local paint shop :)
 

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In that case, just unscrew them and blind the holes with a proper bolt. Unplug them first so you won't twist the cables.

Assuming ceramic coated in black?
 

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In that case, just unscrew them and blind the holes with a proper bolt. Unplug them first so you won't twist the cables.

Assuming ceramic coated in black?
Btw. Could I just put some paper or cloth in the holes in to the motor? Also, paper or something in the holes on the exhaust pipes? Dont have any bolts for it...

Or just use tape ;)
 

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Nah, you can leave the "holes" in the engine open, that's just the exhaust ports.

I think you should tell the paint shop you want to reinstall the lambada sensor in those holes, they should know how to block them. A bolt, a piece of paper, whatever.
 
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