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Replace oxygen sensor on 2003 chevy silverado truck

Computer says that is reason the light is on.  How do you fix that and basically how much for part

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  • Bill McCallie Jan 13, 2009

    Thanks for the heads up on the oxygen sensor.  Appreciate it~!!
    Bill 

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It's not hard to change, kinda like a sparkplug with a wire permenantly attached, if you go to O'reilly's or Autozone they will loan you a special socket to take it off and install the new one, Generally most cars have two one before and one after the catylitic converter, make sure which one the code is telling you is bad. Also a cheap fix, many wrecking yards don't charge but 5 to ten bucks for a used one as opposed to a new one for 60.00 to 100.00, If you don't mind going out and removing it, You take a chance one getting a bad one but, you can always take it back and get another one

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  • John Spruill Mar 01, 2014

    I have already changed all 4 of the oxygen sensors and reset the light 6 times but the codes keep popping up?

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