Question about 1999 Toyota Sienna
Quoted price to replace is $280 (parts ) + $160 (labour). Is this an easy replacement?
Bank one, sensor one is on the front of the engine, closest to the radiator.
Bank TWO, sensor one, is on the back of the engine, cosest to the firewall. That one is not easy to change, unless you have access to a vehicle hoist. Easier to get to it from under the car.
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Posted on Jan 19, 2009
Thanks - after getting advice on FixYa decided to take it to the shop.
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