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Off Road Tune Sensor Plugs/Blanks

Couldn't find it with a search, so enlisting a life-line here. Awhile back I thought I saw someone had sensor blanks/plugs/caps for the factory wiring left behind when using an off-road tune and SCR/DPF delete pipe. These would protect the wiring connections from corrosion and damage once disconnected. Was I just dreaming or does someone actually offer these?

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Re: Off Road Tune Sensor Plugs/Blanks

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Couldn't find it with a search, so enlisting a life-line here. Awhile back I thought I saw someone had sensor blanks/plugs/caps for the factory wiring left behind when using an off-road tune and SCR/DPF delete pipe. These would protect the wiring connections from corrosion and damage once disconnected. Was I just dreaming or does someone actually offer these?
The DPF in my WK2 failed and I have been driving for the past 6 months without the ceramic contraption in the exhaust. No probs other than a CEL now and then which I can clear with my Ultra-gauge.

I would like to blank off the sensors with resistors as per another post I read here somewhere but I don't know where the electrical connections are.

Can someone please advise me as to the physical location.

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