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Which one? There are two. Number one is located in the exhaust manifold and is visible when you open the bonnet. Number 2 is screwed into the exhaust pipe under the car, just behind the engine block. For both you need a special tool readily available from - say - Halfords, eBay or Amazon. In both cases you unplug the sensor at its connector, then unscrew it. Replacement procedure just reverses this process.
Engine truoble lights indicate, in a very broad sense, that some component or part of one of the operating systems is not functioning correctly. The problem could be a faulty sensor, fuel injection problems, etc. Have the vehicle scanned for trouble codes, which will further identify where the problem is. Auto Zone and Advance Auto do scans.
I have a vauxhall astra 2002 1.6 sxi. Ive just put in a mirror switch as the last was broken when I purchased car. The switch has been tested and is working but the mirrors dont work? Cant find a fuse which is specifically for that. Can anybody help?
Yes it can be another thermostat issue. We can't really know the thermostat's life span for it can break in any given time. Regarding the oil issue. It can really be lower on cold start but tends to rise when engine is warm. Since there's no visible leak and no water in oil then you can stop worrying.
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