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Re: Oxygen Sensor (archive)

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Posted by Roger J. Jocom on August 24, 2000 at 23:26:44:

In Reply to: Oxygen Sensor posted by Kevin on August 24, 2000 at 21:50:07:

Kevin,
IS it just me or it that damn O2 sensor an extreme bitch to get off. I don't think I have ever been soo frustrated in my life over a damn bolt. I spent three hours today trying to figure out how to get it off. Does anyone know how to get it off?? The damn 22mm wrench is too big!!! Thanks for any help

Kevin
89 ///M3

Kevin,
If the reason you're taking it off is to
replace it. Spray it with quick wrench and leave it for half an hour, and try it again if it dont work u might have to do a second application and this time leave it a little longerapply on more timeleave it a little longer. apply ananti cease
on your replacement Just MAKE SURE THAT BEFORE YOU INSTALL THE NEW ONE you clean the quick wrench
resedue or you will risk a posiiblity of contamination that could render your new sensor
useless
good luck
ROGER J. 89M



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