Question about 2005 Scion xA
O2 Sensors are attached to exhaust manifold and/or near the catalitic converter.You will need a special socket to replace your O2 sensors.If you buy the parts at your local auto parts store like Autozone,they have the tool that you can borrow for free just leave a deposit.
Before changing the sensor check first for vaccume leaks near the intake manifold you can do this cheaply by spraying starting fluid(Try not to overkill the spray you only need a small amount just enough so that it get **** in the system ) around the vaccume hoses do this while the car is idling and watch if the rpm increases while your sparying around or near the vaccume lines.If it remains the same then proceed to replacing your O2 sensor.Good luck.This sensors are somewhat overprice.Check the Net.
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