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No my truck keeps blowing the HEGO fuse and I dont know what is causing it or what i need to do to fix it when it blows the truck loses power when starting off from a stop has a skip when starting also the air condition stops being cold But when i replace the fuse it runs back normal for bout 5 mins then blows again someone said it is a O2 sensor but i dont know which one please help

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    i was troubleshooting the heater because it is blowing cold and i noticed the the HEGO'S relay is missing out of the fuse box. does this have anything to do with the heater and what exactly does it do?

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I suggest a repair shop that can test the O2 Sensors
& check out all your other problems

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